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you leave without talking tonight. you've been quiet and shy, but thank you for being with us. >> thank you. i thought it's ridiculous they posted my name and address, why about the people arrested with illegal guns and-- >> we don't know those. think about that, people that didn't go through the year long process and took about a year for all of you-- >>, but that-- >> and on a map. >> what the right to privacy. >> the worst thing we're going to see right now, as a legislator, your i disagree with mr. gold on this, you're going to see bills from the senate and assembly that are going to protect us in this manner, but they're going to be coupled with gun control laws that are going to be hideous to us, that are going to be absolute-- come as a package and that's the way that it's going to get passed. >> sean: we're out of time. give you all-- give yourselves a big hand. thank you all for coming. [applause]. and i really appreciate it, thank you all.
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that's all the time we have left for this week. let not your heart be troubled. we'll be back on monday and i hope you have a great weekend. >> >> good morning, it's saturday, january 12th. i'm alisyn camerota. thanks for joining us so early. the white house is getting pressed on the hill to do just that the latest on the gun control battle for you. >> this picture may be worth more than a thousand worlds. while kate middleton's portrait is causing worldwide mayhem. >> what would you do if an invisible driver placed an order at a drive through. >> are you serious? >> you are going to meet the prankster behind that viral video. yeah, he joins us live. "fox & friends" for a saturday morning starts right now.
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that's better than any prank call anybody hassed ever made. >> alisyn is is here with two sphrang men. >> tucker carlson and mike jerrick. >> how do they do that by the way. >> i don't know. >> he is dressed as a car seat. i want to know how he is did that is he behind the wheel. is he creed as a car seat. >> you could dress as our curvey couch. >> have to be a lot more uncomfortable to pull that off. vice president joe biden meeting with members of the video game industry to talk about how to prevent tragedies at sandy hook elementary. >> i have never shocked consciousness of the american
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people like 6 and 7-year-old students being riddled in the classroom. >> peter has more on the gun control talks. >> senator barbara boxer from california told the "the washington post" yesterday if school districts want to have a police presence they should be able to and those officers could be in june form or under cover. thee seemed to suggest the funding for those armed guards could come from the federal government. senator boxer has been a part of the gun violence task force. vice president biden is is leading. yesterday, the vice president explained that it isn't just schools. the government is is worried about. >> we have a problem beyond, quote, the massacres, the columbines through the auroras to connecticut. there are 10,000 people a year gunned down in our cities. different motives, different
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reasons, different explanations. but, you know, it's a real problem. >> putting an armed guard in every school was something the national rifle association pushed for in the days after the mass murder in sandy hook, connecticut. that idea was publicly mall lined by many lawmakers pushing for more comprehensive reforms. the nra was invited vice president and others. they left with a bad taste in their mouth saying afterwards, quote: we were disappointed with how little this meeting had to do with keeping our children safe and how much it had to do with an agenda to attack the second amendment. while claiming that know proposal proposals would be prejudged, this task force spent most of its time on proposed restrictions on lawful firearms owners honest tax paying hard working americans. so, money for armed guards in some schools is something being floated. in three days we should know for sure what the federal government's initial plan is because vice president biden
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has promised his bought boss, president obama to give him his tax forces recommendations by tuesday. back to you in new york. >> it's funny that the nar came out of the meetings with such a bad taste in their mouth given that now senator barbara boxer peter was just talking about. had said that vice president biden seems very open to wane lapierre's main point during his talk about that armed guards should be in every school. the vice president isn't considering it for every school. barbara boxer said it would be whatever school wants armed guards. that seems like a point of common ground that they could come together on. >> think about what the head of the nra wayne lapierre said after the newtown shooting. you go after a bad guy with a good guy with a gun. this is what he said. >> the only way to stop a monster from killing our kids is to be personally involved and invested in a plan of
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absolute protection. the only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun. why is the idea of a gun good when it is used to protect the president of our country or our police but bad when it is used to protect our children in our schools. they are our kids. they are our responsibility. and it's not just our duty to protect them. it's our right to protect them. >> boy, was he immediately ripped by just about everybody for saying that. on tuesday, tucker, it may be part of the vice president's recommendation. >> it will be interesting to see if biden's suggestion is treated the same way lapierre's suggestion was. it probably shouldn't be too advising. keep in mind this is in some sense a big government solution. >> yeah. >> let's hire more union members and put them in
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government schools. >> these will be federal dollars federally paidnot local. >> it would be. it does seem fair to assess policies on their merits. if you were opposed to it when the nra suggested it you ought to be now. >> was wayne -- says the federal government should hire these guards or not? >> his point was more guns, less crime. actually he has the ubs on his side on this. >> over the past 20 years the murder rate in this country is down by 50%. half. the number of guns we believe in private hands in this country has about doubled. so, you could make a case that the trend lines are pretty clear. >> in the two decades, 1992 to 2012. u.s. violent crime was down 49%. the u.s. murder rate down 49%. excellent trend. excellent number. >> look at the number. >> firearms rupp. but you also have to add to this the fact that the president -- the vice president touched on this. we are still the most violent
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nation in terms of gun violence and in terms of who is killed by guns. the 16 wealthiest industrialized nations we lead the charge with that dubious distinction of the most people killed by guns. good trend line but not the best. in terms of countries that are similar though not our size. >> this is a much safer country than a lot of places i have been. those statistics may claim that the truth is you would rather live in washington or johannes burg. >> i remember in the '80s when we were in washington it was the murder capitol of the country. washington, d.c. things have definitely improved. >> it is not because of gun control. of course the assault weapons ban has expired. wayne lapierre got nut of it when he said why is it okay for the president's congressional body guards. a lot of body guards protecting our public servants to have these firearms. this ammunition but not the average fern to protect his family with the same guns.
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>> he made the point there are armed guards at malls, there are armed guards at airports. why wouldn't we our most precious resource our children, why wouldn't we have armed guards at schools? why is that off base? >> yeah. why not just try it for a while? do you know what i mean? it's dog something. united kingdom still has violence there. what is the reason for all the violence? should would he be talking the video game industry like we did yesterday? >> i think it's worth considering. you would hope this conversation is driven by data. >> you often here the left accuse the right of ignoring social science on this question. does gun control reduce violence? i have never seen any evidence that it does. we ought to let the numbers guide our policy making decisions it it seems to me. >> we will see what happens on tuesday. very thought-provoking plan. obviously it will be coming out. headlines and see what else is happening. new overnight the flu outbreak. 47 states slammed with the
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virus. there is word that it may have peaked. some words that saw the earliest outbreaks are now reporting the number of cases going down. the season is not over yet. the big push to get the vaccine concerns over shortages remain today. >> you may have to call around to a place or two to get it a lot of the doctors who ordered vaccines or clinics who ordered vaccines did so and gave a lot out in the fall. >> still the cdc says the. >> i -- two month delay in the arraignment of the dark night shooter loads to outburst in court. gave the shooter until march to enter a plea. that caused the father of one of the victims to scream at the shooter. he said, quote: rot in hell. the man was escorted out of the courtroom. james homes is accused of opening fire at aurora colorado fire killing 12 people and injuring 70 other. president obama says is he speeding up the transition in afghanistan.
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the president making announcement after meeting with harmid karzai at the white house. >> let me say this as plainly as i can starting this spring, our troops will have a different mission. training, advising. assisting afghan forces. >> in their support role coalition force also leave afghan villages and control of detention centers handed over. still unanswered how many troops will stay behind after the war ends in 2014. >> the numbers are not going to make a difference to the situation in afghanistan. it's the draw of the relationship that will make the afghanistan and in the region. the specifics of numbers are issues that the military will decide in afghanistan will have no particular concern. >> this week the white house said it would consider leaving zero troops behind and the
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president is considering leaving that option on the table. those your headlines. >> it's going to be 50 to 60 degrees in new york. that's not real. >> i know al gore is upset by that but i enjoy it. >> me too. >> it's january. >> is it real, rick? >> really real. the worst parts of it is out across the west is going to be incredibly cold. get out of phoenix might not get out of the 40s. do you like that, mike? >> just trying to response. >> down across the south we have rain again. we had a foot of rain across parts of louisiana. just two days ago. more rain, 3 to 4 inches of flooding concerns here. anywhere in the east you will be a little bit kind of soupy. warm cloudy and humid for this time of year. we also have know across parts of the northern plains. this was a big snow storm that now we still have some blizzard concerns with. very windy conditions across the northern plains. while the know is beginning to taper off. ground blizzard. on the ground blowing around and causing whiteout
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conditions. snow will continue to taper off another 1 to 3 inches. temps into the single digits and the wind feels incredibly cold and terse t. temps will remain cold next day two two days acots plains a. the cold air with the wind making it feel like minus 20 in some spots in the west. incredibly warm. a 2 is what it feels like in chicago. chicago get snow tonight into tomorrow. maybe over an inch will be the first time that's happened in 300 and some days. here is your current temps. zero degrees right now as you are waking up in denver. the cold is up there today your high only getting to 15. getting to maybe 52. you will be lucky for that in phoenix. overnight lows the next four nights will remain very cold. all kinds of concerns for freezing across the citrus areas of california. normally talking about that in florida and california. florida going to break high temperature records 84 today in tampa. guys? >> it is all over the map
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there. >> it is is all over the map. literally. attention all you proi crass continue nature being late this year when filing your tax could say put more money in your pocket. we will explain next. >> 9 to 5 office job water slide testing just opened up in the line. droid dna augmentation initiated. vision expanding to a 5-inch 1080p hd display and camera. touch acquiring nfc. hearing evolving with beats audio. wireless charging activated. introducing droid dna by htc.
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[ heart rate increases ] woman #2: but i don't even live near the water. what you don't know about flood insurance may shock you -- including the fact that a preferred risk policy starts as low as $129 a year. for an agent, call the number that appears on your screen. >> listen up all your procrastinators, did you know being a pro-crass continue nature when filing your taxes could actually help you get more money in tax credits this year. here to explain all of this is financial planner jerry lynch. >> nobody finished filling out
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the forms. the bottom line is with everything happening in washington. >> with the fiscal cliff stuff. >> with the fiscal cliff nobody was really able to get the systems in place the irs so people have the ability to file taxes. systems aren't set. they don't have the forms ready it's going to take time for people to be able to file their taxes. >> some tax credits coming online that won't even be ready until march. in other words, if you are an eager beaver and you get your taxes done in january, you won't even be able to apply for some of these tax credits. >> you have to wait until march or april an accountant's life is going to be a problem when it comes to april. they will be busy. >> what's the difference between a tax credit and tax deduction? >> very good question. tax credit is dollar for dollar reduction off tax liability. what it means is if i have a tax deduction of a thousand dollars and 20% tax bracket i save $250. worth a thousand dollars off the taxes. somebody in the 10% tax
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bracket. tax bracket more powerful than tax deduction. >> take a look available in march. >> for instance there is the residential energy credit. what's that? >> gives people who are doing things to make their property more tax efficient, they will give them a tax credit depending on how efficient. >> more energy efficient. >> more energy efficient. >> your home and our your office. >> i think your office as well too i would have to check on that. >> save your receipts for that too for march. what is the general business credit in march. >> allows people to take forward losses that they had in previous years and carry them forward into this year. for somebody who had some business issues a few years ago it, gives them the ability to use those tax deductions today. >> what's the alternative motor vehicle credit? >> it gives people a tax credit for buying something like a hybrid. the problem right now is most people don't want to buy a hybrid because it's 5,000 or $10,000 more expensive than a regular car. by giving the tax credit it helps offset the you have and
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better for the economy. >> there is a whole slew of these. about two dozen. people should talk to their accountant about what tax credits are coming on in march. we can't go through all of them. let's talk about the extended tax credits. what are those. >> things set to expire january 1st of this year. with the fiscal cliff negotiation they came back and made more changes. for example, for school teachers they now can qualify for $250 of expenses that they have for their classrooms. for children, you get a thousand dollar tax credit per child up $210,000. you have the private mortgage insurance, which was phased to go out. now you can still for people under water on their home and want to refinance their home or buying for a first time and not putting 20% down, they have the ability to deduct the interest on the private mortgage insurance that they couldn't do before. >> i know also the adoption tax credit got extended which is some people waiting to see if that was going to happen. >> that helps a lot of families. unfortunately not going to be
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able to for a while. it helps offset some the cost of doing some of these things. >> thank you very much for the information. you are a font of knowledge this morning. >> thank you. have great day. >> you too. commuter bus goes up in flames. how the driver saves dozens of lives here. surrive writing -- cursive writing more extent in our schools or should doo we need a cursive compact? [ male announcer ] where do you turn for legal matters? at legalzoom, we've created a better place to handle your legal needs. maybe you have questions about incorporating a business you'd like to start. or questions about protecting your family with a will or living trust. and you'd like to find the right attorney
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>> some quick headlines for you this morning. a warning for anyone who owns a pc. a flaw with java software putting millions at risk of getting hacked. hackers could install malicious software making you vulnerable to identity theft. uninstall java until it finds a fix. check this out. volcano in eastern russia. shooting hot ash and lava hundreds of feet in the sky. began erupting in november for the first time in nearly 40 years. scientists have traveled to the base of the volcano to figure out why it started to blow up all of a sudden. school distribution across the country are redesigning curriculums to fit modern standards but there is one right of passage that's being left behind. cursive writing. now one lawmaker in indiana is calling for a vote next week that would mandate cursive in classrooms. but is this a push that's going to be just a waste of time? do we need it anymore? let's ask michael mcshane.
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he is research fellow american enterprise institute. founder of divalicious moms. i like that. both joining us for fair and balanced debate. do we need cursive anymore? >> i think we probably don't. but what we especially don't need is a law mandating that teach cursive. i have no problem if schools would like to teach their students cursive. but i think this is a case of some legislative micromanagement. what legislators should be doing is get out of of the way of teachers and principles to meet the needs of students. infrastructure not bourbonning them with regulation and programs that seem like a good idea at the time. >> do you see a list that our new treasury secretary jack lew: he has made it pretty big in his life do. we need cursive. >> we still need cursive. we need cursive handwriting because a child when they learn to write and they learn to write cursive they are putting their hands -- the pen to the paper. they are learning how to
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really truly use their brain, their fine motor skills. skills that can't be taught by just using a computer today. skills is that can't be taught by just using technology. skills that can't just be toss taught. taught when they're learned. teach them in school young age. skills that we really still need to do today. >> do we need a bill demanding that we do this? >> well, i think it is important that somebody takes a stand and says we need to enforce this in our schools because it does need to get done. there is somebody out there that is saying that it is important still for us to have and be teaching this in school for our children. >> i remember all those hours, michael that the nuns where i was growing up, you had to practice in them lines too. we need a law, michael? >> no. we are going to lose it if we don't have the bill. >> that's a possibility.
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i bet in the 60's and 70s slide rules. we can't have calculator come in classrooms. big difference between saying that some schools should teach cursive and mandating that every school has to. >> how would you respond to that? >> i would respond by saying i think all schools should be teaching cursive. is an important tool to be learned. whether or not people think that all the kids are going to be using technology and their computers that's great down the road. early age important skill to learn. fine motor skills. hand to the pen to the pencil to the paper your brain. these are skills that we can't teach our children? >> where are we going to be in 20 years if we don't have cursive? >> we will be in a a world where children are just using computers and hopefully they will still know how to write. i think think it's a very important skill. when i leave a meeting i written a handwritten thank you in my cursive handwriting
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which is something i know people don't do. people respect that and people love getting a handwritten letter because it shows that you have actually taken time out of your busy day to do something nice and to show that you still. >> michael just texts his thank you now, right, michael? >> yeah, absolutely. >> which is fine but i still there is there is something very very very nice and important about writing a handwritten letter. >> everybody watching, what do you think of that? respond to us? email, fax us, you can't write us. you can text us, i guess. twitter us. thank you both very much. appreciate it? >> thanks for having me. >> this picture may be worth more than a thousand words. why kate middleton's portrait is causing worldwide mayhem. look at her, she looks about 45 years old. how dethat? what would do you if you saw this at a drive-thru? >> i'm a ghost. yeah, i'm a ghost. thank you. >> oh my god. [ laughter ]
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>> a woman recently wrote a book about makeup for an entire year. women describe her as brave and men describe her as, eh. [ laughter ] >> that is an interesting book. the beauty experiment where she went without makeup for aer i don't. you, i can imagine how naked she must have felt. >> about three weeks ago there is a show called the talk. kind of aview but on the west coast. and they did the entire hour all five women without makeup on. >> oh my. >> what were the ratings like? >> they were good as a matter of fact. because women could really relate to it. but who is the new host of that show? >> judge could really judge them. >> you won't be seeing that experiment on "fox & friends" weekend. look at this. this is kate middleton new official, i guess portrait of her that is coming under a lot of criticism mainly because
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it's not make her pretty. make her not pretty. >> paul emslie. is he getting a lot of bad publicity on this. >> all of this deserved. this is an offense not just kate middleton but aesthetics i saw it. >> the minute i saw it? >> less interest than the mona lisa. >> it is interesting in that her expression is one that i have never seen her make in real life. >> you have noticed the similarity between him and the portrait of her? it was clearly a self-portrait. you don't need to be freud to get. this this guy is all about him. >> there is this thing called the british art journal and the head of it is a woman named robin simon. her job is to judge art through the england and she said sadly this is one rotten portrait. this guy is just getting ripped. >> it's funny, because i think is he going for a mona lisa
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expression. >> i agree. >> he is giving kate this sort of smirk. she doesn't make a smirk. >> there is a fine line between ig that and unappealing. >> doubty and older. she is 31. >> she looks in her mid 60's there. >> yes she does. >> she does look older and she doesn't look as vital and fresh faced. >> what do you do about it? >> throw a mustache on it. >> clearly you deface it. >> tucker, you had the best line in the commercial break saying okay, can you screw with this tate middleton thing but don't mess with pippa her sister. >> for every rule for every picture of kate middleton you have to put her sister up. >> i'm totally up for that. >> we're following that rule. that's not the picture that you like best of pippa i'm guessing? >> i have never seen her face. >> i'm not going to comment on that. i will say when they paint a bad pippa portrait then there will be rioting in the street. >> pippa portrait.
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>> let us know what you think, please of this photograph if is it suits her if i like it. find on twitter. get to the headlines and tell you what else is happening. including update on this crazy story. poisoned with cyanide after wisconsining the lottery. now the body of khan will be exhumed to reexpect what caused his death and rule out if anything else may have contributed to it. generally one cyanide tablet will do it. his death was initially ruled a result of natural causes but further toxicology exams showed otherwise. police have not announced any suspects in his wife. and his wife has denied involvement. the autopsy will be completed by the end of the week. terrifying ride for passengers on board a commuter bus in seattle after a strange popping noise sent everyone running off. moments later, the bus burst into flames. no one was hurt. the police say that that is thanks in part to the driver quickly getting everyone off
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and away from the bus. the cause of this is still under investigation. but investigators say frozen brakes overheated could be to blame. >> well, after years of lies and coverup. lance armstrong may be finally ready to admit to doping. the former seven time tour de france winner will open up to oprah winfrey on interview taped on monday. this is according to "u.s.a. today" sports. armstrong is not expected to go into details about his cheating in the interview. armstrong was stripped of seven titles back in october. are you sick of your old 9 to 5 job? this might be the best job in the world. a water slide tester. tourism group first choice is looking to hire one. i would love this job. you'll have to travel around europe, thank you, and north africa, fine, testing water slides at their water parks. what are the requirements, you ask? you have to have bags of enthusiasm, be comfortable in swim wear and be mad about
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water parks. guilty as charged. >> couple problems here. tucker was mentioning the number one problem. if you are testing it, testing it to be launched out of it? >> it's a dangerous job. i'm not saying it's not dangerous. >> the chafing possibility. [ laughter ] >> for real you would have to have elephant skin to do that for a living. >> and shrinkage here is rick with weather. >> alisyn i'm with you let's go down no n. a train. >> let's do it. >> all of the christmas decorations are gone. i guess that's what happens when it's january, what, 12th? >> 12th along with that all the crowds are gone so not a bad thing. take a look at the weather maps right now. very warm across so much of the eastern half of the country. a 2 in chicago. 67 in memphis. out across the west and brutally cold. minus 18 right now what it feels like in rapid city. snow falling as well. down across the southwest
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tonight another cold one, phoenix getting below freezing. minus one in flagstaff. 23 in vegas. going to vegas for a nice warm january vacation. not the case it is brutally cold out there. we will see some record lows. temps we haven't seen in the last, at least 2 to 3 years across much of the southwest. we have got 3 to 4 more days of that. here is the first alert forecast for the day today across the northeast. mild one we will see clouds from time to time. the temps feeling great. down to the southeast. we're going to see some rain showers again moving in across parts of east texas, louisiana in towards mid mississippi river valley. little stripe of snow behind it as the cold air filters in and we do have the cold conditions across the far northern plains blowing snow this morning is. we will continue to see all the snow yesterday blowing around today it's going to remain windy. this somewhere the cold temperatures are. not a lot of precipitation. might see snow this morning and again across the great vine of southern california. get yesterday for cold for the
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next four or five days. back to you inside. >> thanks so much, rick. >> let's talk about what's going on in the academy awards. nominations just announced this week there were some surprises. namely that ben affleck was passed over for director and kathryn bigelow was passed over for director for zero dark 30. that came as a huge surprise. what everybody is saying is that she was passed over not because of lack of skill but because of politics. in fact, some people in the academy are going so far as to say that they will not vote for zero dark 30 because they don't like the politics that this movie, mind you represents one of the voters going to say it in public. you are probably going to get dissed for. this actor in hollywood. i don't want to vote for this movie because they talk about torture in it. waterboarding. >> now, i live in america. he claims to be an actor. i have never seen that guy. >> he was in 30 something, apparently. >> 30 something that was like
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in the 70s. >> that's the point. a lot of people who make these decisions this is not the united states senate. these are like basically out-of-worked actors with political ageneral does trying to force them on the rest of the country. we should take these decisions with a grain of salt. >> first of all talk about the torture thing is waterboarding really torture? the reason you vote for a picture is the artistic quality of the picture. not the content in it, right? >> you would think. not only that it's a movie. it has said that its based on real events. many movies are it's not a documentary. >> good point. >> it's a movie. will people not like the wizard of oz anymore because they don't like the depiction of little people munchkins in the movies? >> based on close-to-actual events? >> that's the debate. people don't know how close it is. you are allowed to have to take some liberties with movies and to depict movies in hollywood that don't necessarily have to be completely accurate. >> you would think that
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getting usama bin laden would be a bipartisan matter. you know, everyone could agree that that's a positive good. by the way, whenever you mix art and politics. you wind up with bad art and dumb politics. better just to assess movie on their own terms. did you like it? was it elevating? is it great to sit through? >> other topic is should the information about how we got usama bin laden be on the book screen. >> score political points. >> asking a lot of questions this morning. >> very few answers. why don't you answer one of them. >> i don't know where to begin there are so many. >> wield like to hear what you think about whether or not it's cool for members of the academy not to vote for movies because they don't like what the content represents. >> parents, do you spend too much time talking to your kids, your adult kids on the phone? how close is too close and is it time to create a little space? dr. keith ablow here next on
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>> quick headlines for you on saturday morning. boeing's aircraft problem dream line jet. part of the assembly the f.a.a. announcing yesterday it will renew the fleet of 787's. despite recent string of mechanical problems the fda says it's safe to fly. and are you looking at the next "sports illustrated" swimsuit model? yes indeed. the former miss alabama catherine webb who is a big time deal on the weble webb no stranger from national attention. stealing spotlight from football boyfriend a.j. mccaron of the crimson tide of alabama during monday night's national championship game. >> thank you very much. >> well, more and more parents attached at the hip to their children, take a look at a scene from firewall launch. here it is. [ laughter ]
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>> oh, come on, pop. >> whoa. >> whoa, man. don't you knock? >> your momma is snoring like a rhino and then this movie got started. all right. y'all have a good time. >> my pop. >> you you live with your parents? >> that was awkward. how do things really change after young adults leave the nest or do they ever leave. >> they will don't change much there is a new study out to prove it dr. keith ablow joins us now. hi, doc. >> hey, how are you guys? >> we're doing well. there is this aarp new survey that interviewed more than 1,000, 20 somethings and they found something shocking. that is that this youngest generation i guess they're called millennials, communicate with their parents they say 31% say more than
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once a day. versus the generation prior to them that said only 3% of parents stay in touch with their own parents daily. what's going on with this new generation? people wanted to look at this positively say listen we have come to a place where there is more connectedness between generations. i don't think what's has he happening. i think what's happening is dependency on parents because these kids haven't been taught autonomy. they are leaning on their parents. it's one thing to want to go on a walk with somebody. another thing not to know how to walk because have you been leaning on someone your whole life. kids relying on social media. who haven't formed real relationships necessarily in their more extended circles who may not be employed because the job market is so severe liqueur tailed for young people. under employed or making $9 an hour when they hoped to make much more. what we have here are
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dependent kids who we are teaching not to think for themselves. >> it sounds doctor like we also have dependent parents. pretty tough transition for a lot of parents go from spending the bulk of your time to spending the thinking of your children to leaving the necessary nest. shouldn't parents pull back and allowing a role in allowing their children to become autonomous? >> you are absolutely right. no question most forms of unconditional love require facing some kind of pain. right? you send your child to school. you don't really want to in some way, but you do. because you want to create autonomy in your son or your daughter. i think parents do bear some of the responsibility here. but, look, if you have kids who for some reason seem to be gravitating back toward the nest because of depression, anxiety, lack of self-esteem and self-confidence, it's a formula for trouble because a lot of parents want to do what they can for their kids.
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they are doing too much. and sadly, this is a culture now that teaches narcissism and dependency rather than autonomy. look at the arguments they are going to take away guns, right? and give you marijuana. that's the culture we are living. in where we want to distribute marijuana and take away your firearm because you shouldn't be able to defend yourself. >> dr. ablow, i have to tell you when i pitched this story yesterday in our "fox & friends" story meeting, you know, our conference room is filled with 20 somethings, there is a lot of 20 somethings on our staff. i was met with blank stares around the table. what's the problem with calling home many times a day? in fact, we took a screen grab of one of our 25-year-old staff's cell phones. let me show the number of calls. can you see there and this is a 24 hour period, dad, mom, dad, dad, mom, home, dad, mom. and here is her defense. i say this is not weird to me. technology keeps us in touch between the distance and my
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work schedule i like being in touch with them. >> yeah. here is what i would tell her and maybe i will do a little curbside consult when i'm in new york and you can point her out. it's not that sill tailgating. it's bleeding you. it's facilitating dependency as all technology does by the way. you are losing your ability to chart your own course in life. similarly her cell phone is doing that theory. if you came to my practice and you told me i'm in touch with my parents four times a day to oget reassurance to compare notes with them, i would say listen, we have a lot of work to do. i wouldn't be kidding. i would say you are somebody who has leaned on your parents and you need to develop more autonomy and i will see you next week for sure. >> all right. we will pass that on to her auto whom shall remain nameless. >> g.p.s. metaphor of charting
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your own course. we shall see you soon as well. take care. >> still ahead, it's the basketball shot being made around the world. the teen makes make buzzer beatr without even looking. >> what would you say if you saw this as at the drive-thru? >> just throw it in here. i'm a ghost. [ laughter ] thank you. >> oh my gosh, that prankster is here live. wait, we don't see you he is here live. where is he? where is he? there he is. we'll talk to him. when we sit on the edge of our seats for four quarters. it represents players reaching a childhood dream. the biggest stage there is in sports. a time when legacies are made.
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>> hi, ithis a brownie? >> oh my god. >> so what would do you if you worked at this burger joint and invisible driver placed an order, you told him to drive around and this that happened to you? there is no driver. that happened fast food drivers. and this video has gone viral if you can imagine. >> joining us now with the stuff that started it all prankster -- >> have a seat but you are a seat. >> wow. >> so what happened? were you given a bad burger at some point and decided to take it out on fast food workers? >> no. not really but, you know, basically about a year ago i saw this image on the internet. it was inside of a car and this guy made its car seat disguise and caption it said keep your arms low.
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and, you know, enjoy all looks you are going to get. wow, let's take that idea and put it in a video. and so basically i was going to do this on the open roads but when i was developing this costume it's kind of hard to see through it that. >> is it hard to drive. >> it's a little hard to drive. actually made a side compartment where you can actually stick your hand out and like drive and stare with it. but, you know, taking this on the open road wouldn't be the best idea right now. i took it through a drive through. it's easy because it's a straight shot through the window. >> the best part of the video is all of the responses. all of the different responses you get. what were some of your favorites? >> it has to be the guy that kept opening and closing the window and then the girl that kept going oh my god, oh my god. so that's probably the two favorite reactions. >> driving with your knees. >> basically whenever i finish ordering the food, usually a
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couple cars in front of me. so that gives me enough time to kind of set up everything. >> put it on yourself again. what's it made out of it. >> basically made out of cardboard. i took a car seat from auto zone and a whole lot of duct tape. >> are you going to market these. >> no, not really i don't want a lawsuit on my hands. >> you can make money as a full time prankster? >> yes. >> first of all you are also the same color as our curvey couch. >> disappeared. i feel lying sitting on you. >> it is so fantastic. >> do you go to school? >> i'm actually taking a break from school. >> are you in full time seats? >> yes. >> i notice you are a criminal justice major how does that form your work as a prankster. >> it really doesn't. i have always been interested in criminal justice. magic and prankster are something that i have always been interested in.
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>> have you thought about expanding to playing a couch or an othomann or something like that. >> i'm working on a couple of concepts like that instead of a car seat. maybe a couch. somebody sit on just like hug them or something. freak them out. >> you are a folk hero. >> thanks for coming. >> no problem. >> thanks so much for sharing with us. great to meet you. coming up. not the criminal. is he just filming them being arrested. should one man face charges for videotaping police in action? we have a fair and balanced debate on that next. the battle of bataan, 1942. [ all ] fort benning, georgia, in 1999. [ male announcer ] usaa auto insurance is often handed down from generation to generation because it offers a superior level of protection and because usaa's commitment to serve the military, veterans, and their families is without equal. begin your legacy. get an auto-insurance quote.
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white house being pressed by lawmakers to possibly do just that live in washington with the details on the gun control battle. >> flu epidemic reaching epidemic proportions in the united states. new signs it may be starting to peek. >> go to the emergency room. we answer those questions this hour. >> it's the video you will be talking about most of today. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> a teen hits a no-look buzzer beater and becomes an instant internet sensation. rivalling a car seat. "fox & friends" second hour starts right now.
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>> i realize january is my wedding anniversary. >> when is it? >> january 12th. today. it didn't go well so never mind. >> thanks for bringing it up. >> thanks. >> flashback. >> mike jerrick is here in for clayton. tucker carlson is here great to have both of you guys. it's hard to say on "fox & friends" when you -- something has never happened before but i have never interviewed a car seat before. >> my first seat, too. >> tuck iter? >> you always remember your first seat. >> you really do. meanwhile, let's get to the news of the day and tell you what's happening on capitol hill. vice president joe biden meeting with members of the gaming industry to talk about how to prevent tragedies like the shooting at sandy hook elementary school. peter doocy is live in washington with more on the vice president's gun control talks.
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hi, video game interest. gun experts as well as folks from the entertainment industry. without showing too much of his hand he revealed to us yesterday that the government is at least considering making all new guns like the one james bond uses in the movie sky fall. and if you haven't seen the movie, just listen to this. >> we will be meeting with technology experts because to overstate the case, it would -- a lot could change if, for example, every gun purchased could only be fired by the person who purchased it. because literally would be unable to be fired. that technology exists but it's extremely expensive. but if that were available on every weapon sold, there is significant evidence that would -- may very well have curtailed what happened up in connecticut.
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>> vice president biden thinks his task force can do a great deal without impinging on the rights guaranteed by the second amendment. but a gun store owner in virginia said many americans are not taking their chances. >> gun sales have gone through the roof. everything anything and everything. people on the fence about buying had planned to buy one were pushed a little harder now because afraid that they are not going to be able to buy certain weapons. so now also scared about the way things are are going. personal protection. get it while you can. >> three days from now, we should have a much better idea about what the vice president's tank force recommends because that's when this biden-led group says they are going to give president obama their report. back to you in new york. >> thanks, peter. of course all this talk is a result of what happened on december the 14th there in newtown, connecticut.
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shooting at a school. should we have armed guards at all of our schools as the nra wayne lap pier had suggested? >> when he came out and suggested that. he was scoffed at that was their brilliant idea after they had been silenced at the new town shooting. this is all they came one? let's remind you of what wayne lap peer says. >> the only way to stop a monster from killing our kids is to be personally involved and invested in a plan of absolute protection the only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun is is a good guy with a gun. why is the idea of a gun good when it's used to protect the president of our country or our police but bad when it's
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used to protect our children in our schools? they are our kids. they are our responsibility. it's not just our duty to protect them. it's our right to protect them. >> now, the reason we want to play that again is to remind you that possibly on tuesday when the vice president comes back to the president with a recommendations for what we do about guns in this country, that may be on the list of recommendations. armed guards and schools. if you were against it when wayne lapierre said it i think you have an obligation to. i think congress will put forth legislation this year that any gun control. any restriction on firearms will apply to the body guards of federal employees. of the president's body guards, executive branch body guards. body guards protecting members of congress. their families are protected by men carrying high capacity magazines of assault rifles. you are not allowed to protect your family using one.
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why is that? >> a cynic would say people are out to do harm to political figures but now in this country it looks like people are out to do harm to our children. >> they have the power and guarantee their own protection but don't allow to you guarantee yours. >> when wayne lapeer came out with that human cry in the mainstream media they expected a more conciliatory tone from him or some other suggestion. it is fascinating that he came out and he was widely condemned saying would he go should put guns in our school. senator barbara boxer of california says that, in fact, that is something she has suggested to the vice president that he, in fact, seemed very open to it they are talking about using federal dollars to do it. only do it for schools that wanted it. >> wouldn't you feel more comfortable as a parent if there was an armed guard at your parent's school? >> i want to make sure. we know at columbine they were
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like outside of the school at the moment that the columbine shooter. i want to make sure if it works, if t. makes me feel a lot more comfortable. in the days after new town there were police parked in front of my kid's school and i liked that show of force and it was comforting. >> i wonder what the effect on kids though. i have four children in school and i wonder if say your average 3rd grader needs to be reminded every day he is at risk going to school. >> when you see the guy walk guy with the gun. >> totally honest speaking. most kids go to completely safe schools and never be bothered by it right? making your kids fearful is a potential cost here. >> do you think we are overreacting. >> i'm not saying that i think we could overreact. people tend to. human nature causes overreaction like we overreact sometimes. >> right. some people suggested that for that very reason don't have a uniformed guard. you can have an armed plained clothes policeman. there are many ways to try to figure out how to keep kids
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safe. tuesday will be fascinating to see what they come up with. meantime get to your headlines and tell you with what else is happening at this hour. flu outbreak has spread to 47 states reaching epidemic levels according to the cdc. we could be at a turning point. some states that saw the earliest outbreaks are reporting that the number of states going down with some people rushing out to get the vac senile. now the concern is not being able to get one. >> you may have to call around to a place or two to get it a lot of the doctors that ordered vaccines or a lot of the clinics that ordered vaccines did so and gave a lot of it out in the fall. >> the cdc says the vaccine is 62% effective. delay dark night shooter leads to outburst in court. gave the shooter until march to enter a pleavment that causes this man the man you are about to see the father of one of the victims to scream at james holmes he said, quote: rot in hell. that man was escorted out of the courtroom. holmes is accused of opening
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fire in an aurora, colorado movie theater last fall killing 12 people and injuring 70 others. it looks like hostess has found a new home for wonder bread and other breads and baked goods. mike thrilled. the bankrupt company has sold them to flour foods in georgia for $390 million. flour foods is known for making tasty cakes. love those. nature's own. hostess says it will be selling desert cakes like the twinkie in the coming weeks. >> what about the dingdong? >> i'm sure it will be back. it's only january we could have the play the of the year in force and it comes courtesy of a ninth grader. [ laughter ] i love the backward no look shot. the crowd goes wild. that's 14-year-old matt demember making incredible over the head backward buzzer beater. it was during a church league game in maryland. the icing on the cake. espn got ahold of this video and made it part of its top
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ten plays of the day. what else could a kid ask for that is a great move let's' it get with rick. >> of course you never think you doing that in an actual game. >> horse. >> when is the last time on a horse that you have done a backward shot? >> it works. >> crazy. cold temperatures across much of the west. it's very warm across the east along with that warm temperatures in the east. it's going to be a bit foggy. kind of soupy. be careful. a lot of areas with fog warnings from all across parts of the northeast down to the southeast. all the roads, especially i-9 a. any of the mountain road passes especially be very very careful out there. see the rain building in again and heavy at times later today with all the rain that we had earlier this week. we will deal with flooding again across parts of louisiana, arkansas. and mississippi. some areas may be another three to four inches of rain falling there out across the west it's just cold. see a little bit of snow across some of the higher elevations.
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get mountain dan lift with some of that snow. later on today that rain i was talking about into the southern plains transition into snow. winter weather advisories here across parts of missouri and kansas. this is is going to be overnight tonight and in towards the northern plains remainder of the blizzard warnings see more wind move all that snow that developed all around. back to you. >> let's talk about women. >> let's do it. >> well, all the president's men, obama's cabinet lacks diversity. that is the claim. who is really waging a war on women and equality? take a look at these numbers. the president has made, of course, a big to do about adding women to his cabinet. so far nine women. >> out of 26. >> compares to bush's two terms of 10 and bill clinton 70. we lost hilda solace and hillary clinton and linda jackson of the epa we will go
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down. >> not only that all the people that the president talked about since won re-election. chuck hagel, john brennan. senator conquery. jack lew. >> men. >> they are all men, aren't they do they do have something in common. there is no talk about what women will repopulate the cabinet. we will lose hillary clinton. women are saying gosh, this is becoming all boy's club. that isn't what we were promised with president obama. laura ingraham had thoughts on the hypocrisy. >> the president made a big deal, big splash? 2004 we are not red, white, or blue united states of america. that was refreshing. beaten counting in washington. the president has got himself in trouble on his own, right? because he made such a big deal of well, we are diverse and have diversity. how about just have
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excellence. women black or gay or straight it doesn't matter. if they are excellent appointees and smart and knowledge being and can offer something to the american people isn't that what we deserve. >> >> who cares how many one legged is a is a who cares? whether they are impressive or not. >> if it were 100% white men all whom were excellent i would say maybe he is not getting a woman's progressive. >> what about all women? >> i would think that was a little strange. >> really? >> because what his or her perspective is he getting? i do think -- i like the idea of. >> would joy behar be one of them do you think? >> not necessarily, no. >> now you are making me feel better. >> that picture, that photograph that you saw got him into trouble.
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>> all the president's men. >> i'm standing firm in not caring. only time this morning i'm going to defend president obama. >> next hour you might start caring. are you sick? i was five weeks with this flu. >> is that right? >> i lost december. i don't know where it went. are you worried about getting the flu? are you thinking should i go get a shot? when should guy to the emergency room? we will answer all these questions after the break. >> then, cursive writing being dumped in schools because kids are texting more so should we get rid of cursive all together? we report, you decide. you know that little 50-pound thingy at the doctor's office when they weigh you, and they have to move it over? my doctor does not have to do that anymore. [ male announcer ] for every 2 pounds you lose through diet and exercise alli can help you lose one more by blocking some of the fat you eat. feels great. [ male announcer ] simple. effective. take that, 50 pound thingy.
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>> can i say this? >> yeah, go ahead. [coughing] >> thank you for that. the numbers are frightening. 47 states reporting widespread cases of the flu violaters like mike just got on my shoulder. the number of deaths linked to the epidemic are reaching well over 100 people. >> people die of the flu every
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year. are these numbers alarming. could would he be overreacting to the outbreak. >> family practice physician. professor at cornell medical college. doctor, great to have you here. >> is this for real? >> it's an epidemic. gets defined by the death rate which we reached last week which puts us in the epidemic level. you are right every year average of 33,000 a deaths a year from influenza. that can be as low as 4,000 and as high as 49,000. >> when you look at this match the country where you see 47 states suffering with it. god only knows how mississippi missed it. it seems like this season is worse. you hear all sorts of evidence i'm sure do you from patients who say that they are just wiped out by. this worse than other years. >> last year we had a very mild season. if you go back to 2009-2010, that was a bad season. we are not really beyond that we are early. this is an early season. we don't know yet whether we
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are starting -- we have gotten to the peak or we are doing. this mississippi son a down swing right now doesn't mean they will stay that way. the hope is that that's what we are seeing but we don't know yet. >> age old questions. i took the flu shot this year and a month later i got the flu over five weeks. it just keeps coming back. >> why you can get the flu after you have gotten the flu vaccine. >> the flu carries three strains in it right now we are seeing circulation of influenza a and b. a is a good match in year. makes it 62% effective. it's not 100%. there is also influenza b. that wasn't as good a match this year as the a side. there is also h1n1. there is other viruses. so whether -- the flu is defined by you were hit by a mac truck. high fever, body aches everywhere. people tell me their hair hurts. that's the flu. with that usually respiratory so either congestion or cough. you can also get stomach things. we have also got going around. stomach virus. right now it's a giant peach
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tri. go on the subway and i'm scared. i don't want to touch anything. >> with all of those symptoms, how do you know when it's time to go to the hospital? >> if you really are struggling to breathe, that's a reason. if you can't get your fever down. it's a high fever so treat it. >> how high? >> people get 103, 104. >> if you are 103 go to the er? >> treat it. if you can't get it down, call your doctor and get advice. >> do you believe in tamiflu. >> in certain populations. it really only shortens the duration by about a day. the evidence really doesn't point to making less severe. i reserve it for people with underlying problems. >> i still believe in getting the shot. >> be ought -- absolutely. should we get it now. >> not too late. there might be isolated. >> my co-host were making fun of me yesterday i couldn't remember if i gotten the flu shot. the reason i couldn't remember. i think in august i went in to get my kids the flu shot their
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pediatrician said how about if i just give you a naval inhaler. if i got that in august, am i still covered. >> yes. that's a little early. >> i thought so, too. i thought it was early, also. that's why i can't remember. >> there is shortage of the mist out there too, parents. >> actually, i prefer the vaccine to the mist because it's a killed vaccine vs. live. we're going to go there. >> great to he so you too. >> wash your hands now doc. >> absolutely. >> thanks so much. >> he is not the criminal. he is just filming them being arrested so should one man face criminal charges for videotaping police in action? joey, well that's not joey. >> we don't have joey today. >> that's arthur aidala. >> sometimes i call her joe and she goes crazy. >> would you pay $100 to spend a facebook message. charges that have users poking mad. don't poke me.
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>> time for quick headlines. jay rockefeller announcing is he retiring after 30 years in the senate. leaves opening for nab another seat turning away from the democratic party in recent years. want to message mark zuckerberg you have to cough up a million bucks to do. so testing how much people will pay to send non-friends a message. not everyone is being asked to pay. right now it's just an experiment. pucker? >> i'm not buying. well, 28-year-old andrew hernandez was accused of breaking the law for filming first responders in action outside his apartment building back in october but now
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despite facing charges, the minnesota man says he plans to continue filming cops emergency situations. fox news legal analyst. here now to weigh in. you think this man has a legal right to film the cops? >> absolutely has the right to film the cops. cops have the hardest job on the planet. they put themselves in danger every day. stla doesn'tean they do something wrong. try to catch law enforcement breaking the law. that's why the cops don't like it but too bad. >> none of us it seems to me has the expectation of privacy anymore. we're on camera right now. but you walk out the door on to sixth avenue there are cameras everywhere looking at you. >> that's why i don't believe it's per se illegal what he is doing. there is an issue in this particular case about the hippa laws, the health laws that protect people's privacy as to whether or not his filming violated someone's right to privacy regarding their own health. however, do we want to live in
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a society where we're being filmed all the time? ladies and gentlemen, we have news for you we act differently when the camera is not on versus when it is on. you want a cop to say let's see i'm being videoed according to the patrol guideline i'm supposed to stand two and a half feet away from him before drawing my weapon. >> you know when there are cameras in the courtroom we as lawyers act differently. >> we might act better if you have cameras on a police officer who might be trying to rough somebody up maybe they won't. that's what this guy's point is. accountability stinks is what you are saying. >> accountability is only if you deserve it get put on probation at work. if there is a reason to be put on probation. what is is probation? watching you. >> i get it. someone walked into lunch i
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couldn't care for it the cop in this case arrested this man and stole -- took his camera. >> right. >> should the cop be punished for that? >> absolutely. the only one who broke the law here was the cop. the cop took evidence that this victim, defendant, whatever guy got roughed up. >> cops arrested it. only wrongdoing. >> police officer while is he making an arrest. destruction of government. >> were they? come on, if i'm a bystander without a camera. if i have a camera in my hand. >> law enforcement what they need to do or not do. >> i get it i think everyone here supports police officers for sure. but, shouldn't you be very very weary of allowing people who already have a lot of authority to have the authority to do whatever they want? and to arrest people who annoy them? that's a scary thing. >> in my real job what i do
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every day is i stand in a courtroom and cross-examine police officers as to whether or not when they took a weapon off of somebody or whether they interrogated somebody they followed the rules. my point is this: there should be a presumption that the police are following the rules. until an individual officer proves he is not following the rules, then you want to follow them all the time with the video camera? fine? >> grab the cameraened a get rid of the evidence you can't do that. >> i think we all agree. i think most police officers are following the rules, thank god. thank you both very much. >> thank you have a great weekend. >> ever heard this one on a job interview question? what kitchen utensil would you be if you were a kitchen utensil? that's an odd question. not the oddest one being thrown around in job interviews. we take a look at others that may be keeping from you landing that dream job. and cutest video of the day. puppy gets a hand in braving the stairs.
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>> brittany spears not return as a judge on the exfactor next season. she says she wants to spend more time walking bare foot
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into gas station rest rooms. >> she also split up with her fiance. >> last night. they broke up. she is available. >> let's talk about the strangest questions you have ever had on a job interview. because there is a career web site called glass door that has collected the oddest things that potential bosses are asking perspective employees. >> they include if you were to get rid of one state in the united states, which would it be and why? >> who asked that? well maryland, obviously. why would you ask that question? >> i don't know that was asked by the forester research association. >> here is a very telling one. a penguin walks through that door right now wearing a sum prayer row. what does he say and why is he here, mike? >> a penguin? i thought this was a normal occasion. walks into a bar. bartender says why the long face? >> i don't know.
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>> that joke always makes me laugh? >> that was construction group. clark construction group. the office engineer candidate. >> you are on a job interview and the interviewer says what songs best describe your work ethic? >> that's easy gang num style. >> that was asked at del consumer sales. >> here is interesting one of the year. what kitchen utensil would you be assuming you were a enkitchen utensil. that was asked at >> i like the word spatula. >> not wine opener? >> that's more appropriate, yes. >> potato he pealer. >> corkscrew. >> i like another question on here. what do you think about when you are alone in the car? >> that's so deep. that's like out of a novel or something. that's like. >> observation existential.
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>> what is the answer? >> pizza am i there yet? >> i don't know. you just wonder. >> let me tell you something you don't work with mike often. any window into mike's mind gets a little dark and dangerous after two answers. >> another weird one was what is your favorite song and why don't you just perform it for us right now that would irritate me. >> oh, boy that would not get me the job. >> what's the answer? rubber band man by the spinners. >> sing it. >> rubber band man? >> rubber band man. >> pull it up on pandora if you are not familiar with that classic tune from 197. >> this ever happened to you. email us right now what's the weirdest question if you ever were asked at a job interview. what's the weirdest question -- a person we hadn't othe couch. >> i don't know. do i know it's always good to ask your future employer if they ever pressed charges. >> if they ever pressed charges? >> that's what i like to ask my bosses.
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>> there you go the in the meantime president obama speeding up the transition in afghanistan. he made the announcement after meeting with afghan president harmid karzai at the white house. >> let me say it as plainly as i can. starting this spring, our troops will have a different mission. training, advising, assisting, afghan forces. >> well, initially u.s. forces were to transition to a support role this summer. also left unanswered how many troops will stay behind after the war ends in 20146789 it's know when a war is ending. white house said it would consider leaving zero troops behind. american taliban fighter must be allowed to pray daily with other muslims. john walker lind you remember him he sued high security in prison ban on group prayer
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went against koran and islam. it was a major security precaution the judge sided with lind. prosecutors are serving appeal. serving 20 years to help the taliban during the 2001 u.s. invasion of afghanistan. the first success for trigger law. administrative changes at failing public schools including the hiring and firing of teachers. after 18 month legal battle. a request by parents at kids at desert trails elementary to turn the school over to a private operation has now been approved. the charter school operator will take over in august. >> tell us the cutest story of the day please. >> it has to involve a dog. talk about one dog teaching a new dog tricks,. >> show her. >> we're stopping here. >> this 8-year-old puppy daze getting a helping paw from a 6
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month old. daisy climbed the stairs without a problem but found getting down much trickier after some coaxing simon the other doggy showing way. they finally made it down together. >> heart warming. >> do it again. >> awe. oh, look at that. >> maybe because it's early but i could watch it on a loop for hours. staring mouth breathing look at the puppies. >> mouth breather? >> next block. >> get outside to rick for what is he staring at right now. >> make for an easy rest of the show just watch it over and over and good ration. take a look at the weather maps. some big changes are gonna happen this week. right now all the cold air is bottled out across the west. incredibly were air. both of these are going to be breaking record cold in west and east. today temperatures in the yellow where you should be in that temperature there to the right. a lot of places around 20 to 25 degrees in the opposite direction of where they should be. tomorrow. that cold still stays out west. the heat builds a little
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farther toward the east. raulie 36 degrees warmer than you should be this time of year. enjoy it will not last by thursday. big cold starts northeast. northern plains and the east. today nice conditions acotc northeast. then it will warm up after that down to the southeast, very warm across florida. records today. very heavy rain across mississippi river valley and know snow behind that storm. that's the front that is slowly pulling off towards the east. by the time we get to wednesday and thursday we will see that exit and colder air move in. meanwhile northern plains very cold with windy conditions blowing around some of this snow. might see the rain transition into snow tonight in chicago. whether we get over that inch i actually think we probably won't. heaviest of the snow will be towards the northwest. chilly, another cold day and
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night. get ready alisyn i know you will be wearing some sort of a gown for the golden globes. >> thank you for reminding me. >> put a coat over it not everyone is going to be looking that great. >> you two are too young but when i was growing up the nuns who were teaching me they would pass out pieces of paper that had lines on them and you had to like my last name is jerrick you would have to practice your j's staying in the lines and then there was a lot of this stuff learning to stay in the lines. >> penmanship, cursive. >> that's a mess. look at this card. it's horrifying. >> well, that is exhibit a of why cursive may have gone away. some schools in the country particularly one in indiana is making a big push to keep cursive in the schools. is cursive valuable? is it good to know penmanship or are we all just typing now. >> i am always a reflexive
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defender of tradition. i think people should get married before they have kids. i wear a tie to work. i think kids should write thank you notes. cursive was designed to torcher children. there is no other reason for it it's not the fastest way to write. >> it is the fastest way. >> not the clearest way to write. it hurts your hand. it's cruel. i am for being cruel to kids under certain circumstances but not for so no reason. >> the state of indiana wants to make it a law. they have a bill that they are trying to get passed. >> we don't have enough laws. >> ban da tore that they teach cursive in all schools and comeand. >> is that just mentality why are they so insistent on cursive you have a debate this earlier. there are people who love the cursive. let's listen to the debate. >> whether or not people think that all the kids are just going to be using technology and their computers. that's great down the road. right now still in early age important skill to learn using your fine motor skills. learning how to put your hand to the pen to the pencil to
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the paper. your brain. >> where do you see -- >> -- skills we can teach our children. >> case of legislative micromanagement. legislators should be trying it get out of the way of principals and teachers get out of the way. not burdening them with regulations and programs that seem like a good idea at the time. >> well, it does drive you nuts when you receipt -- supposed to be reading something from somebody and you can't read it at all. our signature is for other people, not just for us, right? >> tell that to jack lew. >> it's impossible to figure out what he wrote as his signature. that's why they are all making fun of it. >> tell us what some of our viewers wrote. >> bill from west virginia writes that's appalling no cursive, no autograph sign legal documents who would be able to read primary sources written in cursive by our founding fathers? if you can't write it can you read it? >> cursive part of
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relationship. personal human touch in today's technical world. however, a mandate requiring is unnecessary. >> i'm with renee it is quaint and nice and russell to get a hand written letter. i would hate for that to go away. mandating it by law? >> that's the rub there. if only some schools teach cursive and some don't there will be a divide, right on. nicely done, paul. >> i have waited 35, 37 years to attack cursive in public and now "fox & friends" weekend has given me the opportunity to do that, how long do you want to attack it most of your life? >> sips the carter administration has been brewing within me. i divide it. i think my hand is still cramped i haven't written you are sur cursive since 19 7. >> new warning about one of the most popular sleeping pills on the market. up next how you can get the best sleep without drugs. >> my hands cramp, too. and is a regis philbim return
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java software making you strowrnl identity theft. government urging people to uninstall java until a fix is found. regis philbim back on who wants to be a millionaire. final answer heard all around the world he has won a million-dollar. former host told the "new york post" he would reconsider joining the show if he is asked. news combings as current host meredith vieira plans to leave that program after 11 years. >> >> all right. let's talk about some sleeping aids. be honest with me. did you take a sleeping pill last night? you are up and watching the show now, how do you feel? all right. a lot of people having trouble getting their z's every night. you might want to think twice if you are prescribed this the sleeping pill ambien which was
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issued a warning by the fda requiring manufacturers to lower the recommended dosage. so what are some other options about getting good sleep? we have a sleep specialist here. good to see you again dr. carol ash. talk about ambien. on the market a long time. 440 million prescription as year. we have reduced the doses by half long full-time risk of drowsy driving and impaired thinking. make the statement who reduce the dose in women. they are seeing these problems when you wake up in the morning. you are awake but your brain is not functioning completely such that you will be driving and get in accident. woman's body sides. >> metabolism is different. not quite sure what the reason may be but definitely sealing this difference.
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>> i used to work with a woman right here at fox. she would take ambien because of the early hours. people would take it and end up in cleveland. how did i go get groceries? i went to the grocery store on ambien. would it be okay if we cut the pill in half? >> that's what the recommendations are. if you are taking 10 milligrams, go to 5 milligrams. and so it's not that hearted to do. and the problem is, mike, you know, the pills are not bad. the problem is patients are going to doctors and the first thing they will say is i'm not sleeping. they get sleeping pill. you have to work through the causes. there is many cases. >> help me get off any kind of sleeping pill. what are methods put me to sleep without a pill. >> >> the first thing i would ask you is why do you think you are not sleeping at night? >> i can't turn my brain off. >> not being able to turn your brain off racing thoughts there is cognitive behavioral therapy. mind physicalness. sleep environment. make sure you take an hour before you go to sleep at night to wind down. make sure the environment is
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dark and cool. 65 to 75-degrees is best. >> a cooler room? >> cooler room. i write something down in a journal? what's that do? >> you can't solve the problems of the day in the middle of the night. write it down. you will forget what you're up thinking about at night. write it down. reach out to a friend or sleep specialist. >> doctor are you are a sleep specialist have you ever taken a sleeping pill. >> no, i never have. >> what's your technique? >> mike, unfortunately all of us, you included we have some demands and expectations, irregular schedules but it's like diet. sometimes you go out and you are with colleagues and you will eat that cheese cake. you don't do testify single day. you follow these simple rules. the journal and keeping a regular schedule is so important. it really is is. >> is scotch in there anywhere? no? >> some people are using it but with the ambien it would be a problem. >> don't do that? >> don't do that. >> good to see you. >> pleasure. >> on "fox & friends," after years of covering it up.
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>> turns out single biggest cause in trouble in marriage not sex. money. financial conflict as the reason they broke up. >> scott and bethany palmer have been dubbed the money
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couple. both financial advisors. crow authors of the new book five money personalities speaking the same and money language and they are going to give us tips to avoid the pit falls and test our money personalities today. welcome thank you for having us. >> team. >> lying cheating hoarding, secret accounts. lack of transparency in relationship. seeing this increase more and more with the couples that we work with we actually have 4 a 5 years of combined financial planning experience. that's where we started our leist. what we did is have couple 's come in and give them the perfect financial plan. have them out of debt. do all those things, retirement planning, emergency accounts, everything would be in place. they would come in, we would sit down to do a review and hey we are getting divorced we would ask them why and we would assume that it was something having to do with sexual infidelity or something like that they would say money. that put us on a journey to figure out why is this happening to some of off relationships. that's when we found out that
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70% 'of divorces are over money. that's what's at stake. >> bethany you say that people are fundamentally mismatched inborn. you born with this certain posture toward spending. >> everybody has a money personality. actually don't have one money personality. there is two. a primary and a secondary. we are attracted to our opposite. so most of us are married tor m. so it's really important to understand the differences. money personal profile bo money >> i did that. i took it it's a fun quiz to take. it's telling telling because it helps you see what you're relationship with money is. we found out i am a safer. >> you are a primary safer. i think you are a secondary flier. >> what does that mean. >> really interesting combination. you have the opposite dynamic but your first reaction to money, money decision all
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decisions have a money component. some small, some big, but that money component you want to save. that's your first instinct. >> very first bullet there i get a rush from saving. >> yeah. >> i do. i bet you don't even like do you have savings important but also if somebody else has savings and gets a good deal you are excited. >> i love the good deal. >> not me i pay retail for everything. >> absolutely. turns out i'm a spender. never gotten a deal in my life. >> spender risk take everywhere. that's exactly what i am too. that's kind of fun. >> kind of fun. [ laughter ] >> it can be hard to be married to a risk taker no offense because i barely know you. i'm a security seeker. primary spender. i'm great at spending money but then i have the security that i always have to have. so where we run into conflict in our relationship is she wants to go off and do something and i'm sitting there going whoa whoa timeout. let's slow this whole thing down. let's do the research. let's see what's real. let's no go crazy and take a
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risk. >> well, in your books, you guys talk about how you learn to speak the language of each other and the language of money. so that is what everybody needs and we suggest that you guys go out and read it do you have a web site? >> we do the money >> the money >> thank you both very much. more "fox & friends" in two minutes.
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it's saturday, january 12th. i'm alisyn camerota. flu outbreak becoming epidemic. deadly virus spreading to more states and the cdc reports that the vaccine may be less effective than in years past. >> and was this week's white house push for more gun control and new laws really just for show? governor mike huckabee is standing biology with his reaction. that's coming up. >> you have looked at your paycheck lately? shrink? many americans waking up this morning after getting their first paycheck of the year and saying to themselves, where did my money go? "fox & friends," a third hour right now. >> so we established you two will never be married? >> well, no, they do say that opposites attract in terms of money styles so you -- tucker is married, as am i, mike. >> i know. >> tucker says he married a
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woman who minimum minimums your money. >> we have the same. i married a woman who has -- we're not opposites, that's for sure at all. >> she wear as bow tie. >> she does. she has 5:00. >> married 21 years to someone very much like me and it's great. >> when did you wean yourself off of the bow tie. >> six or seven years. in the mainstream now. to cover up my crackpot views trying to look ordinary. >> it's working. >> governor huckabee is ready to get on the couch. >> that's very good. we have him in one second as soon as i do your headlines for you. while you were sleeping the flu outbreak reached epidemic levels. 47 states have been slammed with the virus. but there is word that it may have peaked. some states that saw the everyiest outbreaks are now reporting the number of cases going down. the season is not over yet. and with a big push to get the vaccine, concerns over shortages do remain. you may have to call around to
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a place tore two to get it. a lot of the clinics who ordered vaccines did so and gave a lot of it out in the fall. >> cdc says the vaccine is 62% effective in the vaccine has a range between auto and 70% effective. two month delay in the arraignment of the accused dark night shooter leads to outburst in the courtroom. a judge gave the shooter until march to enter a plea. that caused demand you where to see is the father there of one of the victims to scream at the shooter to quote rot in hell. the man was escorted out of the courtroom. james holmes is accused of opening fire in aurora, colorado movie theater killing 12 people and injuring 70 others. lance armstrong is apparently ready to admit to doping. seven time tour de france winner -- reports say he will open up to oprah winfrey in an interview that will be taped on monday. that's according to "u.s.a. today" sports. the report says armstrong is not expected to go into
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specific details about his cheating in the interview. that is set to air thursday. armstrong was stripped of his seven titles back in october o. he helped fight one of the deadliest attacks against u.s. troops in afghanistanened now former army sergeant clinton remesha will receive the nation's highest award for valor. set to receive the medal of honor next month for his action during the october of 2009 attack killed 8 soldiers. is he only the fourth living recipient of that honor. those are your headlines. let's get to weather with rick. >> do you feel like you need to watch that lance armstrong interview? you know is he going to confess that's all you need to know. >> we don't know that it's rumored is he going to confess. you may have to tune in. >> there you go. very cold across the northern plains. wind chills brutally cold. feels like minus 27 in mine not this morning. good morning to stay inside and keep the tv on. not very comfortable.
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out across parts of the central plains. he rain early. turn into snow across pars of missouri and kansas. winter weather advisories in effect in towards the northern plains for the storm that we have been dealing with we will continue to see a little more snow small maybe 1 to 3 inches. the snow on the ground continue to blow around with winds maybe 30 to 40 miles per hour. whiteout conditions. gloomy day. a lot of fog across the eastern seaboard. rain you see as areas of the south. potentially see another 3 to 4 inches of rain falling. that means flooding concerns there out across the west. drier than it has been. we will will see a little more snow falling higher elevations southern california and cold air firmly in place. today's temperatures only getting into the teens for almost everybody. tonight we see the temperatures really plummeting again below freezing all the way down the desert floors of arizona. back to you. >> thanks. rick. >> bring in governor mike
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huckabee now. we want to talk about what will be announced on tuesday with joe biden's task force on trying to combat gun violence. very interesting. we have heard that it would leak out from senator barbara boxer that they may be considering wayne lap peer's proposal widely condemned press conference he had to put armed guards in school. >> if that is in fact what they come up with, maybe i would have to say maybe they are becoming rational after all. a lot of the things they have talked about have been irrational. not that people want to do something. everybody's to do something. it needs to be something that will actually help. for example, when i hear people say universal become ground checks. that sounds really good. but here is a question. what would be in that background check? and that's a real important question to ask. and here is one i would like to pose. if we're going to do a background check so i can go get a box of shotgun shells to go duck hunting why don't we have a background check for people who want to run for president or for that matter senator or congress or
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governor. i have run for office. i have even run for president. nobody did a background check. i think that frankly would be a good idea. >> background check for universal registration. along as we are applying the same laws to the people who make the laws as to the rest of us. why not make it a law that the body guards who protect the president, executive branch members. members of congress have to abide by the same gun restrictions why should members of congress protect their families with high capacity imagine zens but ordinary people can't protect their families with those? >> one of the comments made about the high capacity is who needs 30 rounds? let me ask this question? who needs a car that can go 100 miles per hour? you can't drive legally 100 miles per hour anywhere in america. who needs that car? nobody? nobody needs a car yet all of our cars would potentially drive that fast if we floored them should we apply the logic things we don't need. if someone can hurt somebody with a gun. they can hurt somebody with a car. can you steal a car.
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>> body guards who protect the congressional leadership believe they need high capacity magazines. >> have you ever seen and i know you have and i have. seen what the secret service actually carry to protect the president? it's un-know that suburban where those guys sit in the back and all the things that they have. there is some serious weaponry it goes way beyond anything that you can even get with a federal license. >> ronald reagan's attempt on his life in washington, d.c. in the wider shots you see some amazing weapons come out of a man's suit coat. is this for show the whole discussion. nra rating rank a lot of them get an a. anybody against gun control. same people saying the same things. and congress is controlled by republicans so why would things change? >> well, i think you guys have pointed out that essentially the presence of guns were indication of a crime wave, we would be in the worst, most
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violent murderous period of time. but the crime rates have actually dropped in valve both in murder and overall violent crimes. >> put those numbers up on the screen so that the u.s. violent crime rate is down as you said 49% over the past little under 20 years. whereas the number of firearms owned by private citizens have almost doubled. if there is a direct cause effect relationship how's come it isn't showing up in those numbers. we have lots of laws on the book. 47,000 laws regarding firearms. if we did a better job of enforcing it and stricter and more harsh punishment for people who ever use a firearm in the commission of a crime, that would, i think, do far more than simply passing new laws on people who haven't broken any laws. >> do you think on tuesday we will will hear some sort of exclusion everybody has mentioned that is mental health, stricter mental health
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background checks or somehow keeping guns out of the hands of deranged people? >> i would hope so. i think we ought to keep a the lo of things out of the hands of deranged people whether it's the ability to gone 00 internet and order explosive material or knives or, you know, some people shouldn't be driving cars either. i go back to the carmen tattle because more people are killed in a car than killed by guns every year. buy, yes, i think without question. >> have to otherwise the one common denominator in these mass kills is that you end up saying this earn person was deranged. he had something going on up there the other thing that's the common denominator is gun free zones. all the mass killings of the past 20 years only one has happened in an area that was not a gun free zone. maybe we need to rethink the idea in fact colorado shooter. seven shooters. only one that openly posted signs saying you cannot bring a gun. that's the one -- 1.3 miles there was a bigger theater with more seats closer to his home. he didn't select that one.
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he went to one that was a little further from his house but it was the one place that was posted. i can't tell you that that's why he went to that theater. i don't know. i'm just telling you you look at that and it does make you scratch your head and say maybe these ideas of posting and saying nobody here has a gun but you the criminal maybe that's not a good idea. >> thank you for being here stick around. >> if you make me, brew some coffee i will stay. >> hit you one more thing you just brought up movie theater. >> sure. >> academy awards coming up february 24th. one of the movies that got quite a few nominations was this jiang go unchained. everybody has a reaction to. who has seen it. some love it. some hay it louis farrakhan had this to say about django. >> to me, the movie had a purpose if a black man came
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out of that movie thinking like django and if white people came out of that movie seeing the slaughter of white people, armed teeth it's preparation for race war. >> preparation for race war. in the movie jamie foxx's character -- i don't want to give it away. quite a bit of violence and ended up shooting white slave owners what do you think of that comment? >> louis farrakhan lives in chicago. this past summer the mayor of chicago rahm immanuel made very clear he didn't want chick-fil-a in his town because it didn't represent his values, chicago values. i'm wondering does louis farrakhan with this comment which i s. i think by any reasonable definition a racist comment, is that the values that mayor rahm immanuel wants in his city? are those chicago values? if not i hope he will be as outspoken and as vocal about these comments by louis farrakhan as he was about chick-fil-a coming to his
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community to sell chicken nuggets. >> to your point mental health should somebody as demon strappably flamboyantly insane as louis farrakhan have a gun? >> no. >> i'm not going there. >> go ahead. make my day. >> do you think -- one last question, do you think that he had hollywood has some responsibility to tone down the violence in their movies. >> then you get into the whole idea is do they have a responsibility? is that a first amendment issue? i wish they would. but not because the government makes them. i don't want the government involved. because once the government starts what's too violent and what's not. then the government decides what's too religion and what's not. dangerous door to eno i would like to think that hollywood producers would decide and that the audience would decide. ultimately when the audience quits buying tickets to really really hideous movies. they don't get made anymore. >> sometimes you see quite a few actors come out against gun control then you go to their next film and it's full of gun violence, killing
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people left and right. >> we did he a little thing took things from internet video really funny. had all these actors. showed the actors in their own movie. some of the most violent amazing scenes ever. it shows the hypocrisy. don't do what i do do what i say. >> that's very instruments straght to at lo of us to sit back and look at this and say where is the consistencies? there isn't any. >> the governor is going to stick around for us unbeknownst to him. tv host calling ban the bible at the inauguration. >> the president, following one of most absurd ois tradition also put his hand on this book filled with things he does not believe. >> we're going to get the governor's reaction to that next. >> it's on his face. 31 going on 50? the first official portrait of kate middleton just revealed
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one church in atlanta has raised $3.3 million to fight human trafficking. that's why he originally was invited to do benediction. they preach 30 years ago consistent with the same beliefs that most every catholic, every evangelical and for that matter every muslim in this country holds
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regarding same sex marriage. he has essentially edged out. he officially withdrew. the question is four years ago barack obama said exactly the same thing when he was running for president as did hillary clinton, as did joe biden. are they going to be asked not to participate in the inaugural ceremony because something they said several years ago and his was 20, theirs was only four years. >> less than a year ago barack obama was against gay marriage. i don't think the clintons are on the record supporting him. there has been a huge change in public opinion and certainly opinion among the elites in this country on gay marriage. it just happened. who was for gay marriage 20 years ago? i never heard one person. >> do we need to be of the same mind set to enjoy a big public celebration together? >> i would hope not. i thought the country was all about diversity. i have discovered with liberals diversity means you agree with us. as long as your views have that's all the diversity we
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need. that's very troubling he was in essence black balled out of the ceremony because his view represents a view that is held by far more people than represent the other view. >> let's go back to the bible talk. bible issue. actually, trying to say there is it separation of church and state and you have a bible sitting up in front of everybody? >> you take them out of every courtroom where people put their hands on a bible and swear to tell the truth? are you requesting to take it out of the supreme court? are you going to take it out of congress? i mean, i think that we are becoming so rapidly a society that is almost ashamed of its really spiritual hair heritage that that's disturbing. we can rewrite our future. you can't rewrite our past. it is what it is. like it or not, this country was founded on the principles of a judeo-christian understanding of the world and the world view. and that's part of who we are. it's like the school in ohio that wanted to take the portrait of jesus down because somebody found it offensive.
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is he historical figure. we're not going to it acknowledge that dr. martin luther king existed because he was a preacher. and if you listen to his speeches, they weren't speeches. they were sermons. and they were filled with biblical references. is that now offensive as we rewrite history? somebody help me understand that. >> governor, real quick, who is on your show? >> we have general mcchrystal. star parker. we will talk about this ridiculous new television show, you know, my baby's mom mass or whatever it is there. john rich will be with us. we have got a great show lined up tonight. i know that's what you do on saturday nights. >> i actually am going to watch. >> it's what i do. i watch it. >> thanks, governor. >> you will love this next story here. up next, they were supposed to be enemies but they became best friends. the incredible true story of two world war ii vets. and how they went from fighting to friendship. >> then the best prank ever an invisible driver at the
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drive-thru. >> are you serious? hi, just a brownie? >> yes.
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boeing's problem dream liner jet will undergo investigation of parts in assembly. the f.a.a. announcing it will review the fleet of 787's despite the string of recent mechanical problems the faa says it is safe to fly. ford is hiring auto giant wants to add 7200 salaried workers this year. that follows over 8 is hundred salaries and hourly jobs it added in 2012. job increase for biggest hiring drive in more than a decade. over to mike. >> oh, i'm so glad you are all up watching on saturday morning.
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i have a treat. amazing story. imagine you are american bomber pilot flying during the heat of battle world war ii. your plane is badly damaged. you are trying to limp back to the air field. and you look out the window of the airplane, and you see the enemy. >> look out the right window and there parked on right wing is a german bf 109. little sucker looked like he owned me and belonged there. >> [inaudible] you know positively that badly wounded people on board. for me it would have been the same as shooting aparachute. >> see what happened? franz the german fighter pilot decided to shoot down his american enemy. let him go. in fact saluted him out the window.
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what happened next? the heros became friends. joining us is the author of this "new york times" best seller. a good one a higher call. adam joins us. thanks for writing us and joining us. >> it's a pleasure, mike. >> he not only looks out the american b 17 going down. he solutes him. i'm not going to blow you out of the sky because you defenseless? >> exactly one of the most incredible stories of world war ii. almost sounds like fiction. there was a secret. the german pilot franz great kid. flu with a rosary in pocket of his jacket. he said if i shoot down this plane and kill these men i have used on my hands and some day i have to answer unto god. >> which is unbelievable to begin with he could never tell anybody he did that. what he would have told his commanders? if one person on the ground
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had seen him he would have been executed in those days in germany you could be executed for telling the wrong joke let alone american bomber escape. >> our guy charlie, charlie brown which is great, was he able -- he knew what happened. he knew he was let go. did he tell anybody? >> he came back and he told his superior officers. and he thought my crew deserves medals. they did this brave thing getting this plane across the ocean. and they were shocked. the brass came down and they said we are putting a lid on this story. charlie, you are never to speak of this again. >> was there fear? >> their fear was that if charlie told the story of a good german, other bomber crews might hold their finger off the trigger. oh, maybe this is a good german coming up to fly alongside of us. >> so this is the remarkable part as if there is not enough to be excited about they met eventually these two? >> in 1990 they were reunited the book details how they found each other. charlie found fronds. he searched the world for him.
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they found him. they reunited and became best trends. >> what was reaction in germany after all of these years? nothing was held against him? >> there was some things held against him. he would get calls from loved ones who had lost a family member in the war. and they would say franz, you traitor, you let the american bomber escape and my son or my daughter or might friend might have been killed because of you. >> they are friends from the early 1990s. listen to this. ironically they both died the same year in 2008? >> they did. they died in 2008, just a couple months apart. an amazing thing happened. fronds had a brother in the war. his brother -- fronds was a flight instructor first. he never wanted to be part of world war ii. he trained his own brother to fly. sent his own brother off to war. his brother was killed. when he found charlie. he said i lost one brother in the war. and i found another. >> they stayed friends, pretty close friends, huh? >> they did. they toured the country dry together doing speeches. telling their story. >> let's make a movie. >> i think it's going to
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happen. we heard from studios and producers. just an epic story that these two men lived. >> i heard that jerry brucker big time producer might be interested. >> he does it right. epic films and epic story. >> higher call where can we get it? >> internet? >> internet. bookstore. "new york times" this week and last. >> doing well. >> nice job young man. excellent work. >> thanks, mike. >> you have looked at your paycheck this week? many americans waking up this morning after getting first paycheck of the year yesterday. they go where did the money go? then, is it a master piece or just a royal mess? the first official portrait of kate middleton has many wondering what was the artist thinking? she looks older. kind of sullen. we will will read your twees and emails after the break. ♪
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>> where is he going to wind up? >> i don't know. nobody wants him at the moment. >> that's a painting not a photograph of paint middleton. a lot of people think she is one of the prettiest people on earth. >> she is very pretty. somehow she looks lightly -- i don't know if it's demonic. >> when i saw it this morning i immediately thought of the mona lisa at the louvre in paris. >> some said she is a beautiful woman. you go and look at they're little painting at the louvre why is she so irritated? she looks like she has gas. >> did she pay for that? >> it is the official portrait. >> so someone paid money for it? it's the opposite of photo shop. improve the way you look. peels away pounds and wrinkles this has added both. >> people are not happy about this because she is, you know, she is very pretty as you know. and so to make her look sort of strange. a fellow portrait are theist has dissed this portrait artist by saying her pursed lips and lumpy cheeks in this
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picture reminds him of marlin brando. >> not that bad. the artist or painter as he is right there. paul emslie getting a lot of negative response. >> painted himself picture without the beard and tried to pass it off as a woman. >> you think this is a self-portrait? >> i think it's not only self-portrait and act of self-hatred in a progression. not to be a shrink here. something deep going on here alli. you can't look at that painting and not see anger. >> i think you are on to something. >> let's see what gibby thinks from an email. this could not be worth a beautiful cake. i could have done much much better and i'm not artistic at all. >> this artist made kate look like the eighth dwarf frumpy. thank you, paul. >> it's hard to make her look bad. i mean, that in itself is an act, a feat. >> as tucker said a couple hours ago, don't do a portrait, this guy of pippa. >> no.
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at that point that would be a criminal act you would have the entire eurozone would rise up as one and take this guy to the bastille or whatever they do in europe when they're mad. >> why tamper with perfection is basically our feeling. there you go. >> best deals in france. >> whatever. >> get to your headlines. tell you what else is happening at this hour. here is a strange story. he was poison wfd cyanide after winning the lottery. now the body of khan will be exhumed to re-examine what caused his death and to rule out whether anything else may have districted to it -- contributed to it other than poisoning. first cause of death was natural causes but police have ruled otherwise. khan's wife has denied any involvement. the autopsy will be completed by the end of the week. >> it was a terrifying ride for passengers on board a commuter bus in seattle after a strange popping noise sent everyone running. moments later it burst into flames. no one was hurt and police say that thanks in part to the
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driver, who acted quickly getting passengers off his bus the cause is still under investigation. investigators say that frozen breaks that overheated may to be blame. hostess has found a new home for wonder bread, mike. other bread and baked goods. the bankrupt company selling the brands to flour foods in georgia. you know them? well, they sold it for $390 million. flour foods best known for making cakes. >> big philadelphia products. >> i love them. and nature's own says it will be selling desert cakes like the twinkie in the coming weeks. >> dingdong? s? >> yes. >> tell us about this story. >> it's a crazy prank everybody has been talking about. >> look. >> are you serious? >> hi, just a brownie? >> yes. >> oh my god. >> this at the drive-thru window and that guy there is
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out prankster. invisible driver places order at drive-thru leaving workers dumbfounded. the driver that you see there is actually a costume prankster rod hussain saw a picture online and decided to make his own seat and started filming. he was on "fox & friends" earlier. i hope you saw it and this is what we saw. >> it's kind of hard to see through that? >> no. >> is it hard to drive. >> a little hard to drive. actually made a side compartment where you can actually stick your hand out and like drive and steer with it. but, you know, taking this on the open road wouldn't be the best idea like right now. >> so you saw a quick shot of it there on the table. it actually is a costume that turns him in to a seat out of a car. >> i know that and when he was on our couch, he was also camouflaged as the curvey couch. couldn't see him for part of the time. >> it's probably on youtube now if you want to go back and see it. >> there you go. >> those are your headlines.
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outside to rick for the weather. >> very nice out across much of the east. mike is very happy because today is going to be in the upper 50s across places like new york city. take a look at salt lake city. it really received the brunt of this storm that we have been dealing with the last couple days. areas there saw over a foot of snow in the city and up to a couple of feet of snow in towards the mountains. great news, utah skiing. cold get ready the cold air is in place that storm has moved off to the east. take a look at weather maps. get idea. rain starting this morning. little bit of snow across parts of oklahoma. look what happened throughout the day. snow moves into kansas city. some icing potentially in towards chicago and peoria. and then we are going to watch the snow across parts of wisconsin and then as we move on through the overnight hours into tomorrow, crossing over likely to snow in chicago and some rain moving up towards detroit. that's the storm. today your first alert forecast looking like this. anywhere to the right, to the
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east is that storm. mild temperatures and very kind of nice conditions except for kind of the clouds that we will see. but it's going to be a beautiful day for january. really kind of unbelievable. down to the southeast we will break some high temperature records again in towards parts of florida. very heavy rain though across parts of the mississippi river valley and in towards the northern plains. the cold will continue. and we will see some of this snow that has fallen blow around, causing white out conditions at times. the cold air is firmly in place. send it back to you inside. >> did you look at your check yesterday? a lot of people get their checks on friday. if you make like $1,000 a week instead of getting the 725 bucks in the check now 625 area. >> because the payroll taxes that had a holiday for two years as you will remember. have now sun setted. is there any way we can turn off rick's mike? thank you. if you are the average worker and you make $818 per week, that's almost a $33 reduction in your paycheck. if you make $113,000 annually,
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that's is an $87 reduction in your paycheck. so, yeah, taxes have gone up for everybody. >> yeah. i heard grumbling all over america yesterday on that friday payday. tucker have you found. >> there is. we rab into folks upstate wandering down sixth avenue. they do not have shopping bags i noticed maybe because they are making less money. aaron from buffalo did you notice less in your paycheck. >> $40 less. we are on a tight budget. we pay our own college tuition. it effects us a great deal. >> and aaron from, frankfurt, new york. >> i'm john, sorry. >> you look like an aaron but i will go with john. >> yes. i noticed about $80 a month difference in paycheck. >> what would have you spent that mope on. >> household bills internet bill or cable bill. >> you noticed this pay period? >> absolutely. yeah. >> there you have it. people actually did notice. >> yeah no, wonder. i thought he made a great
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point about the collision television. every single penny counts. that was something that wasn't talked about with the fiscal cliff. >> kind of buried down there. didn't talk about it too much. >> wasn't going to be cataclysmic like the fiscal cliff. now when you open your paycheck i have to avert my eyes sometimes. >> i don't like it. and it is noticeable. >> it is noticeable. let us know what you think you can find us on twitter. >> alli, coming up on this program we call "fox & friends." we told you the cdc is reporting that this year's flu vaccine may be less effective. maybe 60% effective is that why we are all getting it? how to protect yourself next. >> this story has a lot of you fired up. you he is known for having 11 kids and 10 baby mommas. >> terrific. what kind of message is this sending to our society? i believe this is what governor huckabee was attempting to talk about.
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thousands are hospitalized and 20 children have died because of flu associated illnesses. the fear especially among parents is spreading almost as muchs at germs. what can we do to keep our kids healthy today dr. nita ogden is pediatric allergy and mazda that specialist. good to have you here. >> thank you for having me. >> how do we keep our kids safe from the flu? is it too flight get them vac vaccinated. >> absolutely not. all children over the age of 8 months should be vaccinated. takes time for the vaccine to kick in. sooner the better especially now in the height of the flu season. >> what about babies. >> babies less than six months cannot get the flu vaccine. pregnant women should get the flu vaccine because that will transfer antibodies during first few bhonts they can get the vaccine. >> are their risk for pregnant women and children. >> risks are relatively minor. you might get an ache, sore around your arm. if you get the live vaccine in the nose you might get a sore throat or runny nose. benefits are huge. >> it's scary when your child
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is sick. it's scary they're out of it. and you don't know when you are supposed to go to the hospital. what are the warning signs for which when something can't just be treated at home. >> big thing with the flu you are looking for is a high fever. that really distinguishes it from the regular garden variety cold. if your child just seems more out of it a lot of malaise. fatigue. if it gets even worse. unarouseable or dehydrated because vomiting can be part of the flu. tell tell signs. tonight wait that long at this point. think about going to see your pediatrician earlier than later. if it is caught in the first 48 hours. give your child's antiviral medication. >> talking about tamiflu. >> lessen the disease. >> what number would get your attention. >> with flu you start seeing numbers as high as 103, 104. i think when your child has a fever of 101 even at this point in this flu season start thinking about going to see your pediatrician they can swab their noses and do the
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rapid flu test which can give you a quick diagnosis if flu is happening. >> if your child has been vaccinated but gets the flu anyway. does that mean the course will be shorter or more virulent. >> they have known having the flu vaccine can still protect you. if your flu what you have doesn't match a strain from the vaccine. it can still protect you. so, it can lessen the course and make it less severe for your child. >> a lot of kids not a lot with you there is a handful of kids in my kids second grade class allergic to things allergic to dairy and eggs can you still get the flu vaccine. >> great question. can you. now surf for egg allergic kids to get the flu vaccine. if a parent has a child flu vaccine because they are egg allergic please go. >> talk about preventing it for kids not sick. hand washing. sing happy birthday while you wash your hands to make sure that you are washing for long enough. what about vitamins?
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what about orange juice? does any of that really help? >> i think it does. just continuing healthy lifestyles. getting lots of sleep. having a good diet. multivitamins omega three can help even if your child does get sick. hand washing hand sanitizers on the go have them in your purse. wipe down your phones, your keyboards even your steering wheel things you are touching all the time after have you been out in the world doing the things that you do. >> that's a great tip i haven't done that yet. thank you for all the great info. >> thanks for having me. >> great to have you. new reality show makes hone boo boo look sophisticated. >> you guys he might be known as a rapper, here in atlanta he is known for having 11 kids and 10 baby mommas. >> what does it say about our culture? stephan crowder has a few ideas next. basketball shot being seen around the world. makes a buzzer beater without even looking. this is america.
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>> a new reality show development for the oxygen network has some americans up in arms. the show is called all my babies' mommas stars happen star and all the 10 women he has had children with. >> you guys he might be known as a rapper here in atlanta known for having 11 kids and 10 baby mommas. >> gangster. >> my name is. >> what kind of country
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produces arrangements like this and what kind the message do shows like this send? joining me is stephan crew der. steve at the bottom of this is a lot of sad kids growing up without a dad. >> yeah. that's right. you are absolutely right. these people on the show would of course well they are growing up with a dad. not the traditional form of dad. i love the way you over enunciated shawte low. show is carlos walker. here is the real deal here. the feminization of men which has resulted in the degradation of men which we have seen here in 21st century america. this guy needs to make better decisions. now, oxygen says they are not encouraging this kind of behavior. but i certainly haven't seen them condemn it. you know why? that would require them use the j word judgment. we're not allowed to do that men as you grow up to be men, you are no longer boys you need to start judging. you need to start judging the people around you. need to start judging the
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situations around you and you need to start judging your own horrible crappy decisions just like shoty low. we are not allowed to do that because that could result in hurt feelings and politically incorrect. if he had been bent over someone's knee and they would have passed judgment and said listen son you are screwing up your life. guess what? there would be 11 kids who wouldn't be put off at distinct disadvantage because of his disa advantage. these kids end up getting the shortest end of the stick. biggest indicator of apoverty parents are still together. we can't say that because that's a judgment. >> no doubt every measure what you make income, likelihood of going to prison. how long you live. all of these are tied to the marital status of your parents. i disagree on the question of this just being a man matter. men are basically irresponsible and out of control when it comes to women anyway. they are civilized by women who demand commitment from them in exchange for what men want. what's wrong with these women?
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>> if i were getting a twitter hate as i were for judging someone like shoty low for making poor decisions you can imagine what flow in for judging what kind of poor decisions women make. look at a guy and pattern what's wrong with saying hm let's say you are not wife live-in girlfriend number 6? let me see you have six other kids with six other women? i think i'm going to sit this one out o. you are not the man for me. again, if we tell women to do that, we're judging. you certainly can't that as a man. big problem does stem though from the fact that leftists in this country have tried to convince us that men and women are fundamentally interchangeable not any intrinsic value. how else can one say that same sex marriage is the exact same thing? you look at that and okay. you are not necessarily responsible for fulfilling the role that you were designed to fulfill men as a responsible figure head. and the same thing with women. they are not encouraging women. oxygen isn't encouraging women
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to make responsible decisions when comes to tell them to judge men. if i said anything untoward here i'm oh so easy to find on twitter on s crowder. >> let's hear from shoty himself defense. >> hate all you want to. you know i didn't ask for it. it it just happened. and then it happened am i supposed to turn my back against it if i wasn't taking care of my kids, i'm taking care of my kids, providing for my family. i don't know about what else to say? >> yeah. so there you go. there you have it, stephan, can you can't all you want. >> right. i'm just a hater. if he thinks that it just happened, pardon my french he needs to learn how his sexual organs work. >> that in another segment here on "fox & friends" weekend. stephan crew der thanks a lot. >> thank you. coming up she had two options. get a new kidney or die. so what did her husband do? he lost 50 pounds. he got in shape and he donated but not to her. one couple's remarkable
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>> good morning, everyone, it's saturday january 12th, i'm alisyn camerota. the n.r.a. was criticized for saying we need armed guards in our schools and then the the white house is asked that. >> she had two options, get a kidney or die. what did her husband do, lost 50 pounds got in shape and gave a kidney, but not to he here. >> and it's the video you just may be talking about later today. >> yeah!. >> alisyn: so great. >> did you see that? a teenager hit a no look buzzer better, an internate sensation-- and an internet sensation as well. (laughter) "fox & friends" our fourth hour. ♪
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>> good morning, everybody, mike jerrick, tucker carlson, alisyn camerota, that's how i play sports with my eyes closed. doesn't usually end that way. >> you usually watch that way. you're not a big sports fan. >> not really. >> tucker: i'd watch that again. >> love it. >> tucker: that's up with the puppy videos. >> and little kids laughing. >> tucker: it's all on the internate. >> the intimate. >> alisyn: vice-president joe biden as you know has been meeting with members of the gaming industry, he did that yesterday, to talk how to prevent the tragedy like the one in newtown, connecticut. >> tucker: peter doocy is live in washington with more on the vice-president's gun control talks. >> reporter: tucker, when we first learned about the task force led by vice-president biden. president obama said it was to sift through every idea and dispose of bad ideas and put together concrete recommendations that the president can turn into
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specific policy proposals to be laid out in his state of the union address. we know as part of that efforts, the vice-president has met with sportsmen, victims and advocate and one solution could be making all new guns just like the one james bond uses in skyfall. now, if you've got seen that movie, just listen to this. >> we will be naming technology experts to overstate the case, it would -- a lot could change if, for example, every gun purchased could only be fired by the person that purchased it because literally would be unable to be fired. that technology exists, but it's extremely expensive. >> reporter: but gun stores have been crowded lately because many americans apparently fear that the federal government will make it too hard to buy weapons once the biden-led task force issues its report. >> gun sales have gone through the roof.
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and rifles, handguns, i think people that were on the fence about buying, had planned to buy one were pushed harder now because they're afraid they're not going to be able to buy certain weapons. >> reporter: on tuesday, the vice-president is expected to give president obama his task forces recommendations and it's important to note he thinks a lot can be done to redu reduce gun violence without impinging on the rights of the second amendment. >> thank you, peter. seven days after newtown, wayne lapierre came out with comments and let's reminds you what he said about armed guards at schools, maybe all schools. >> the only way to stop the monster from killing our kids is to be personally involved and invested in a plan of absolute protection. the only thing that stops a
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bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun. why is the idea of a gun good when it's used to protect the president of our country or our police, but bad when it's used to protect our children in our schools? there are ki they're our kids, they're our responsibility and it's not just our duty to protect them, it's our right to protect them. >> a lot of people in the country, including a lot of people in the media went nuts and flipped out over his comment, armed guards, schools across america. we bring this up, on tuesday, possibly in the vice-president's recommendations on gun and gun control, about the situation, maybe on the table will be kind of the same idea, armed guards at schools. >> tucker: possibly. if you were against it when the n.r.a. suggested it, and
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you should be answers it now. when you watch some of the officials, and they act like everyone with a gun has a creepy mental patie creepy fetish, or a patient. there are people who give guns to their children so they can go duck hunting. that will be a dark day when you can't get your boy a gun for water foul. and they're about to feel the sting of federal regulation and that's a shame. >> alisyn: one of the things vice-president biden considering, they haven't leaked the proposals yet, but universal background checks and close the so-called gun show loophole where there can be, as we were talking about, transfers from private individual to private individual that go undocumented and they want to
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kn know, a call for this for a long time, they want to know who has any given gun at any given time and it's interesting that a liberal democrat from california, senator barbara boxer, said she's now suggesting armed guards at schools because the n.r.a. was so roundly criticized when they came out in those days after newtown and now that same proposal might be on the table. hopefully that gives people a feeling of common ground. >> tucker: i would love to have someone explain, we blow by it, universal registration and background checks and look me in the eye and say this is why it's so critical to our country's future that you tell the federal government when you give your son a shotgun to go duck hunting. >> alisyn: they would say if that gun is ends up being used in the commission of a crime, stolen or whatever, they want to know about you. >> tucker: they want to know more about me than i plan to tell them. the federal government wants more power over your life. and that's to compare that
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against the bill of rights and freedom in the constitution. >> governor mike huckabee was on the show last hour and the possibility, the white house may come up with a planned to have armed guards at school. >> if that is in facts what they come up with, then i'll have to say that maybe they're becoming rational after all. a lot of things that have been talked about are irrational, it's not that people don't want to do something, everybody wants to do something, but it needs to be something that will actually help. >> alisyn: right. that would be nice. if something actually helped. and you have to believe that after all of these meetings, the vice-president has conducted at the white house, that something good, something positive and proactive will come out of it particularly with the video game industry. everybody has talked about how there is a feeling that violent video games, and we know that's a common denominator with some of the deranged shooters, they sit in the basement and practice, rehearse over and over what it feels like to shoot everybody and then shoot somebody. >> you can see that the vice-president is coming back
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with something quickly so newtown still in the minds of the country. if the n.r.a. is given an a-rating, a-plus in some ways, 50% of congress and congress controlled by republicans and same people against gun control have always been against gun control, could it sident to say, i'm going to go executive order on this. it's now my moral responsibility, i've got the-- the country is kind of behind me now i've got to do it for moral reasons and 0 do it himself. >> tucker: why act before we know the effect of the laws or orders that the white house is sending down. the truth is it's a highly complicated question. why do people shoot up schools? we don't know the answer and it seems to ban things or people's rights, and video games, i personally despise, think they're creepy, but causing people to murder-- >> i think it causes a
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desensitivity to shooting. >> tucker: but causes them to shoot schools-- but before that we need to know before we ban it. >> alisyn: it's a tough one. we'd love your thoughts if you have solutions. tell you what else is happening, another big story, the massive flu outbreak that spread to 47 states. epidemics level. and some states that saw the earliest cases, reports that it's going down. and the vaccines, now the concern is nothing getting all of it. >> you may have to call around, doctors that ordered vaccines or clinics, did so and gave a lot out in the fall. >> alisyn: the c.d.c. says the vaccine is 62% effective. in the past it was between 50% and 70%. and president obama says he's speeding up transition in afghanistan. made the announcement after meeting with afghan's president hamid karzai at the white house. >> let me say it as plainly as
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i can, starting this spring, our troops will have a different mission, training, advising, assisting afghan forces. >> alisyn: initially, u.s. forces were to transition to a support role this summer. also left unanswered though how many troops will stay behind after the war ends in 2014. this week, the white house said it would consider leaving zero traps behind. jp morgan chase ceo jamie dimon could see his pay docked over the trading debacle in london cost the company more than 6.8 billion dollars, a rounding error, an internal report on the trade is due out this week and the board plans to review it it and decide whether to cut dimon and other executive's 2012 bonuses. how will they survive. if they do, dimon will lose the title of the highest paid bank executive. more than 23 million in 2011, he'll he have to tighten his belt. it's only january, but we could already have the play of
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the year, and courtesy of a 9th grader. >> yeah! >> seriously? >> the crowd goes wild. >> 14-year-old matt making his incredible over the head buzzer-beater. during a church league game. and espn got a hold of the video, made it a part of their top ten plays of the day and probably made that 9th grader very famous. >> i played cy basketball. >> what does that mean. >> the catholic youth organization. >> alisyn: i thought it was an acronym for something dirty for you. >> she talked about the flu. what's worse than having the the flu and it's freezing outside? >> nothing. >> that's a lot of the country, rick. >> except for here, if you have flu, a great place to have the flu, almost 60 degrees today across the northeast, not across the west, brutally cold.
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2 degrees in denver, rapid city, 16 in provo, it's windy and feels like minus teens and phoenix 27 degrees, and the coldest air, and today's eye temperatures are going to be very, very cold. flagstaff, 20 degrees today. los angeles 56. los angeles tonight downtown, 33 degrees, that means some of the interior areas are going to be well below freezing. and every phoenix tonight to 26. prescott 5, minus 7 in flagstaff. coldest air certainly we've seen in the last couple of years and with us for the next three more days and nights. so be prepared. today, the rain is what we're dealing with and snow across the central part of the country, this is the dividing line here, rain move up even some severe weather across parts of arkansas, snow eventually towards missouri as well as in towards parts of wisconsin and northern michigan. but it's going to be rain for the most part anywhere to the east of that and everywhere to the east of that, a lot of fog and be careful, reports on
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twitter and facebook of all the fog across the east so give yourself plenty of time on the roads. >> alisyn: thanks, rick. >> rick: you bet. >> alisyn: the president says any control on guns are worth it even if it saves even one life. jonah goldberg has a thought on that. >> tucker: and cursive writing is nearly gone in our schools, should we get rid of it or do we need a cursive comeback? we report, you decide. ♪ ♪ aww man. [ male announcer ] returns are easy with free pickup from the u.s. postal service. we'll even drop off boxes if you need them. visit pay, print, and have it picked up for free.
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week to discuss gun control. >> mike: yeah, remarking on the newtown, connecticut shooting. this is what the vice-president had to say. >> i'm not sure that we can guarantee this will never happen again, as the president said, if what we do only saves one life, it makes sense. >> mike: it doesn't make sense to our next guest, jonah goldbe goldberg, national review online and says using this rhetoric puts politics ahead of what's going on in the country. welcome to the program. it's kind after throw away line, if it saves one life. we use it from guns to we should be eating better foods and don't drink sugary drinks. >> i understand that completely. the problem it's flatly not true. it's kind after rhetorical bullying that, you know, if you disagree with joe biden about saving one kid's life
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it's worth it then automatically puts you in the position of being pro dead kid. which is completely unfair. and the simple reality is that if we had a standard of any law was justified if it saved just one life, then we would ban cars, we would ban plastic buckets, because somewhere between 10 and 40 little kids a year drown in their back yards in plastic buckets. ban ladders evirtually every household appliance and handcuff every american to the the radiators, that would save at least one life, and this approach to the thing is basically a way to give an absolutely unlimited warrant to government action, without having any significant standard for what the result that have government action would be. >> you know, what does take an awful lot of lives is poverty, poverty does kill people and the problem with regulating economic activity is it makes people poorer, we know that. so why is there so little discussion of the cost of government action?
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>> right, i mean, your a hitting on the basic point, all regulation has to have some kind of cost benefit analysis, right? we know we would save thousands of lives if we made the speed limit 5 miles per hour. but at the same time, the loss to the economy of making the speed limit 5 miles an hour would make a lot of people poorer. and it's just not worth it. it's also deep infringement of our freedom, and so, the problem with this standard, if it saves just one life, it's worth it, it means if it's excluding all over considerations, both economic as well as, you know, having to do with the bill of rights and our personal liberties. >> hey, i want you to weigh in on this, the crime rate, murder rate in this country is down by quite a bit as a matter of fact, over the last 20 years we've doubled the number of guns in our homes. can you make a case they're related? >> i think of course you can. i think that the -- i don't
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think you can make the case that it's all that, right? i mean, i'm a big fan of what rudy giauiliani did in the new york city, i through up there in the 60's, pretty awful. what rudy guiliani did and spread across the country, lowering the crime rate. a lot of good data says that having an armed populous makes it more difficult to rob that populous. >> mike: thanks for being on the show. appreciate it, see you soon. >> great to be here. >> mike: more guns, less crime. >> tucker: she had two options, kid a new kidney or die. what did her husband do? he lost 50 pounds, got in shape and donated a kidney, but not to her, to a total stranger. >> mike: is the office job not cutting it for you? why not try this, water slide testing. what could be the risk? ♪
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>> wait until you hear this story, our next guest, jana daniels was born with half a kidney. doctors told parents she would not live long. she beat the odds, grew up, got married and at age 25 a nightmare situation she desperately need heed a transplant and her father donated one of his kidneys, her body rejected it and she turned to her husband. and joining us jana and thank you for being here. >> thank you. >> you desperately need add kidney, on dialysis and the
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natural person, is your husband and you couldn't donate to jana because you weren't a match. >> right. >> alisyn: how did you, jana get involved with the national kidney registry and help you find a kidney. >> once we figured it out that we needed one and he wasn't a match, actually his father had also got tested and i had a friend from work get tested and at that time they called and said to him we have this other program you can do if you would like to do. >> alisyn: how does that work? >> it worked, he got tested and winter through everything, and it's very strict testing, and so, his kidney, they put you all in like a program of some source, if his matches someone and someone that matches mine and we were part of the longest chain. >> alisyn: you were part of the longest kidney chain ever, meaning it was sort of, sean, a pay it forward philosophy. you had to give a kidney for jana to get a kidney. >> yes. >> alisyn: but it wasn't that
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easy. >> no, because you were rejected at first, why? >> well, i was overweight. my cholesterol was high, my blood pressure was high, therefore, if you're healthy before then you're going to be healthy afterward. >> alisyn: how overweight were you. >> 50 pounds. >> alisyn: 50 pounds. how long did it take to get in good enough shape to give a kidney. >> nine months, ten months. i really was strict everything and real strict. >> alisyn: well, you have great discipline. you are a former marine, did that make it easier? >> yeah, because i'm -- i don't like to fail. never give up. >> alisyn: i understand. so, you did it. you did it and you passed the test and then you were able to donate a kidney and then jana, you were able to get a kidney. what was that moment like when you found out you'd be getting one?
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>> it was amazing. they had-- they'd called us, we had two matches before and just before, the other person, somebody in her chain had gotten a kidney so they canceled the chain so i was the third one and it was amazing. on my birthday, i was at dialysis and told them, now what? i'm not going to be here next year, i have faith, i will not be here and took my birthday off the wall, and august 16th i got a kidney. >> alisyn: that's great. do you know who gave you the kidney. >> i do, yes. >> alisyn: tell us about that person. >> his name is david and lives in michigan, or wisconsin one of those two and donated for a friend. >> a girlfriend. >> i think his girlfriend. >> alisyn: but a total stranger gave you a kidney. have you been able to meet david. i've talked to him on the phone and he is my friend on facebook, so, not actually personally meet him. >> alisyn: we have a surprise for you. >> david is here because he wanted to meet you.
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let's bring in david, who is here and david, come on in. nice to meet you. a pleasure to meet you. >> hi. (laughter) of. >> nice to meet you. >> wow. >> and it's great to have you guys here together. what is it like to finally see jana in person. >> amazing. i'm glad it helped. >> thank you very much. >> oh. >> alisyn: tell us what you're feeling, why you're feeling emotional about this. >> my donation was more for my daught daughter. more so than her mother, her mother and i had separated a bad breakup, but even still six months after --. >> that's the picture of your daughter and she was on dialysis. >> my ex-girlfriend is on dialysis and when i was five,
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my mother dade and i didn't want to experience that, and i donated for my daughter. >> oh, so beautiful, so your daughter wouldn't be left, obviously, without a mom. >> and that's beautiful. jana, what do you think of his story and how it came to pass. >> amazing because i wouldn't be here if it wasn't for these two men and god, yes. >> alisyn: and this is really an incredible story of the chain of generosity, because you were brave enough to donate your kidney and give it to someone and then you were eligible to get a kidney because you wanted to make sure your daughter wasn't left without a mom. there's really-- what do you think the message is here, jana? >> just to give, and be open to whatever god tells you to do because 's, you know, we're all here as part of that. >> but be careful where you're donating and think through it,
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jana said with her father having troubles and i too, ran across troubles by donating and took a battle with the place i had donated at before they'd fix the problem they created on me almost an entire year, a battle. >> alisyn: and absolutely, not a decision to be entered into ever lightly. >> it's a worthwhile gift, just choose carefully the hospital that you go through and make sure that you have an actual doctor that's taking care of you and takes care of you after. the main part is after, also, and put off to the side. >> alisyn: absolutely, research it and don't enter into it lightly. it can save somebody's life and change somebody's life. beautiful. jana and sean daniels. >> thank you. >> alisyn: thank you for coming in and your story and generosity. >> thank you so much. >> alisyn: we'll be watching you guys in the green room for a while, too. >> thank you. >> alisyn: have you ever heard
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this one on a job interview, what kitchen untensil would you be if you could be one. that odd question not the only one thrown around. we'll take a look at questions that may be keeping you from landing a perfect job. ♪ as you can see, geico's customer satisfaction is at 97%.
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♪ >> a tough time getting a be job last year in 2012? you wouldn't be alone. maybe this is why. lots of people interviewing for jobs are asking incredibly weird questions. and we have a bunch of them from a survey of lawyers, what questions do you ask and some are borderline crazy. >> mike: here is a weird one, in an interview somebody was asked do you know how many windows there are in new york city. >> alisyn: come on, what's the answer. >> tucker: the answer is 8 million people in new york city times two. >> alisyn: i hadn't thought of that. and this is from a career website, glass door and collected the oddball bizarre questions. what do you think about when you're alive in the car. >> mike: how do you answer
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that. >> alisyn: bacon, is that an answer. >> tucker: no, you've got to go with the pointlessness of life. the futility of man's existence. >> alisyn: why. >> tucker: throw that out the there. >> how about this one. my wife and i are going on vacation, where do you think we should go? nebraska, i don't know. >> alisyn: and that's asking for a personal-- >> that's pretty personal. >> alisyn: this is a good one. if you could pick any two celebrities to be your parents, which ones would they be? that's so great. who are the best looking celebrities. >> i understand' go george clooney. >> alisyn: good one, really good. >> and megan fox. >> alisyn: you would get that job. i don't know what it was a job for. >> i'd be good looking. oh. >> tucker: well, obviously warren beatty and annette benning, they're good parents. >> alisyn: they are? >> she's attractive. what about you? >> i don't know i haven't thought about that. >> mike: you wouldn't get the job, you couldn't answer the question. if you could be anyone else,
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who would it you be. >> tucker: if anybody answered that question, i wouldn't hire them. if you could be somebody else, who would you be, you've got to say i'm happy who i am. >> alisyn: another question. >> tucker: very deep and i favorite of all, how would you rate me as an interviewer. (laughter) what do you want, are you looking for a suckup at that point? you're the best. >> mike: well, you have to say the best. >> tucker: if if you can't, you're not that good, i'm not that impressed. i would hire that person. >> mike: and honest. my husband was asked, if you were a tree what kind after tree would you be, age old barbara walter question. >> alisyn: the barbara wa wa question. >> a shrub, a bush. >> tucker: a towering white pine. >> don't go out on a limb. >> we're branching out and i'm totally stumped. >> alisyn: totally stumped. >> tucker: that's--
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you're fast. >> mike: you're barking up the wrong tree. >> tucker: don't get in a pun contest with mike. >> alisyn: wow, this is from gem, apparently. i with a was asked if i would steal paper clips, a useful question. >> mike: that's on the survey, have you ever stole a pen or a pencil. >> alisyn: that's a useful question. >> tucker: what part of a big mac are you. >> mike: the meat. >> tucker: if your h're not the secret sauce, you're not trying. >> mike: i was asked for position as a secretary if your desk could talk what, what is it telling you about you? >> thank god it can't, i guess that's the-- >> what part of the desk. >> alisyn: going on in the world, that these are the interview questions. wow, keep them coming. >> mike: what were you asked to get this job? >> you know what? and i think this is very telling. i was hired sight unseen. >> what? >> i never had an interview. i was hired off my resume' tape. obviously the bosses now
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regret this. i was seen, but i was not interviewed. i was hired-- to the point where my friends were like, are you sure this is a legitimate job you're going to, fox on cable? >> ali how did you get hired then? then? >> how early can you get up? >> that's the only thing. >> alisyn: so this is why i was hired, i did the headlines, let me do that for you, we have an update for you, the judge gives the go ahead to this strange story and they're saying they will exhume this batteody of this lottery winner. urooj khan's remains will be examined to rule out anything else was for his death. initially said to be natural causes, but further toxicology exam showed otherwise and not announced any suspects in his death and his wife denied involvement. the autopsy will be completed by the end of the week. and this might be the best job in the world, a water slide
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tester. a tourism group is looking to hire one to test out their water parks in europe and north africa. part of the what are the requirements. >> alisyn: you have to have bags of enthusiasm. be comfortable in swim war and mad about water parks. mike wants to know where to send his name. it's a crazy prank that everybody is talking about today. >> are you serious? >> oh, snap! >> oh, my god. >> and i'm supposed to start reading, but i want to keep watching the reactions. the invisible driver placing an order at a drive-through, and leaving them dumbfounded, the driver's seat is a costume and this is the prankster, he was on our curvy couch, blending into it. this morning, he shows how the costume works and explains why he just stuck to the drive
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through. >> it's hard to do that. >> hard to drive. >> a little hard to drive and i made a side compartment where you can stick your hand out and like drive and steer with it, but now, taking this on the open road he wouldn't be the best idea like right now. >> and he says he's working on his next big prank and we will await at that with baited breath. >> he's making money off youtube videos just to stay alive. >> alisyn: on the youtube videos. >> mike: rick for weather. >> rick: when you come to new york now on a trip on your friends, you have to make a little design, an art for your trip, it's a sticker. this is doty's birthday trip from ohio, happy birthday. >> thank you, great to be here. >> enjoy your time and nice sticker we have one for everybody inside. >> take a quick look across the weather maps, your wind chill, minus 16 in rapid city,
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and it's cold, the western part of the country is cold through wednesday and eastern part of the country is warm. and then we'll start to see a flip-flop of this. look at your temps today versus your averages, that blue in the west is temps around 15 to 25 colder than where you should be. on the east, 20 to 30 degrees warmer. and the heat is farther to the northeast, a big ridge of high pressure and warm temps across the northeast. back to you inside. >> alisyn: thanks so much, rich. >> mike: you want to see my signature. >> alisyn: okay. >> mike: here we go, i've been doing this since grade school. mike, and then that's my j. do i have problems? >> i see that signature. >> mike: well, is a signatures important, jack lew the new treasury secretary, its illegible. >> alisyn: as and we're going to analyze our handwriting and see what it says about jack
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lew with an expert and what it says about mike jerrick when she comes on the curvy couch. >> mike: you can tell about the person's personality. >> tucker: yours looks pretty normal. but first with neil, a look at the cost of freedom business block, neil? >> good morning, as the flu hits, is the tax man next? what lawmakers planned for the vaccines that really can make you sick. check your paycheck lately not just for the rich, fewer digits for jobs everyone everywhere. bad-mouth your boss online, unions have your back, but back up and ask yourself, why is that? cost of freedom at the top of the hour. we'll see you then. that's t. every day. when you have the most advanced tools, you want to make something with them. something that helps. helps safeguard our shores.
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country's next treasury secretary. >> tucker: with such a messy scribble, some are wondering what does it say about mr. lew himself? here is the author of "sex lies and handwriting", michelle, thanks for joining us. >> my pleasure. >> tucker: what does it say? >> it doesn't see much. what you see is a bunch of circles and repetitive. what that means is a person is compulsive, they can't stop. their hand keeps repeating and repeating and when he thinks about something, he thinks about it over and over and over again, and can never let go. >> because the signature is loopy, doesn't mean he's particularly loopy, does it. >> it might, but i don't think so he is. it can mean you're loopy, but i don't think the signature does. the thing you want to notice, you cannot read anything in it, not one letter. and when you cannot read a signature and it means that person doesn't want to give you any information about their personal life at all.
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>> tucker: you can read a personality by a signature? >> oh, definitely. you adeally want to see a person's writing and their signature. >> alisyn: look at what tucker claims is his-- which camera shot. >> tucker: it is my signature. >> alisyn: is his signature. >> mike: tilt it down. >> tucker: those are my initials and my handwriting is so bad. >> do you only print. >> tucker: i've been railing against cursive all morning on the show. >> if you-- most people at least cursive their signature. when you print, it means you're not letting anybody see too much and you only write your initials which means i'm really not letting you see too much j like tears of a clown. >> alisyn: and he won't let us in. >> why, why? >> it's too dark in there. >> alisyn: and meanwhile, look at that signature. >> mike: i sort of do my signature this way since 9th grade. here we go. there's mike, and then the j,
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i don't round it, i triangle it and i want it to stand out, as the fifth or 6th kid i want to stand out for attention. >> one thing you're do in your name, you underline, once underlined means look at me, notice me, you'll notice that most people who want a little attention and who are successful, a good thing to do, keep it on, don't erase it, in fact, if anybody wants a little more confidence in their life, you underline your name and that will make you feel better. >> there you go. >> and many lines means you're overcompensating, don't want to overcompensate one line and that angular letter j in your name. >> alisyn: what does that say. >> angle means toughness, even though you're kind of gentle, a little toughness to get what you want. >> and mine is spartan. >> alisyn: what do you say about this. >> and yours a very nice.
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well, she has more of the signature, you can read, you can see it. >> so i'm a more open person. >> you're more open in public, who you see is you get. one thing, you do, is that your s. >> yes. >> your next letter, this is an e-over here. >> okay. >> and you actually disconnect your letters, that shows intuition, and however, the fact that you're not leaving any space means you have intuition, you don't always trust it. >> alisyn: a-ha. >> you're good, thank you for being here. >> tucker: sex lies and handwriting. >> eat chocolate, eat cheese, get healthy. the bad foods that are good for you, we're sharing their health benefits. ♪ ♪ what doesn't kill you makes
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>> this could be the best diet ever. we've saved the best for last. convict is good for you, go ahead and indulge with chocolate! >> dietician keri glassman is here. >> good to see you. >> alisyn: in the new year. >> a little bit of chocolate. many of us know by now is loaded with anti-objecoxidantan specifically flavenoids, can decrease blood pressure and increase flow and increase
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seratonin, the feel-good hormone. dark chocolate at least 70%, and really, i say half an ounce, you don't need the whole ounce. >> alisyn: what does a half ounce look like. >> a couple of these cubes, just a little taste, but it can satisfy that craving and you know you can have it again. >> you've got three gac lovers. >> guacamolely. >> i love guacamole, it gets a bad rap, but it's made with avacado, it's loaded with fiber and antioxidants, is good for our skin and heart health and preventing cancer and it has potassium which helps control our blood pressure. but loaded with so many great good for you nutrients and the healthy fats, mono unsaturated fatty acids and burn belly fats. >> cheese, everybody loves cheese and oh, i feel all bloated and everything it's not good for you.
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>> you really just need a small bit of real cheese. those fake cheeses like fat-free are loaded with extra sodium and chemicals and don't satisfy you. but a small portion of the real thing provides you with calcium and protein and it's so super satisfying, you can couple it with some vegetables, and it really goes a long way. >> tucker: and note for our viewers, when you deep in the gawk and bite, don't dip again. >> alisyn: double dip. and we need to hear how good wine is for us, stick around for wine. ♪ but, dad, you've got... [ voice of dennis ] allstate. with accident forgiveness, they guarantee your rates won't go up just because of an accident. smart kid. [ voice of dennis ] indeed. are you in good hands? mom, pop it. ♪ two inches apart, becky. two inches. t-minus nine minutes.
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FOX and Friends Saturday
FOX News January 12, 2013 3:00am-7:00am PST

News/Business. News, sports and weather. New.

Network FOX News
Duration 04:00:00
Scanned in San Francisco, CA, USA
Source Comcast Cable
Tuner Virtual Ch. 760 (FOX NEWS HD)
Video Codec mpeg2video
Audio Cocec ac3
Pixel width 1280
Pixel height 720
Sponsor Internet Archive
Audio/Visual sound, color
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on 1/12/2013